The Institute of Public Affairs’ Evan Mulholland says voters would like to see Scott Morrison “stand for things” and engage in “big cultural debates” on issues like identity politics.

A poll published in the Guardian found 47 per cent of voters support Scott Morrison as preferred prime minister, 26 per cent support Anthony Albanese and 27 per cent don’t know.

“Diving into these polls, the things I’d be worried about if I was Scott Morrison is that 14 per cent of Coalition voters want to give someone else a go,” Mr Mulholland told Sky News Australia.

Mr Mulholland said he has seen many “strong” Liberal Party supporters leave the party because Mr Morrison has turned around on a number of issues and has been “crab walking” towards a net zero emissions target by 2050.

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