SUPPORT for Labor has dived in Tasmania according to the latest voter poll.
If an election was held now, the Opposition would win state government with 46 per cent support including undecided voters.
The 3 per cent improvement on November's results for the Liberals appears to have come at the expense of Labor - its support has dropped from 20 per cent to 17 per cent.
The Greens have gained slightly, and now sit at 15 per cent.
When excluding undecided voters, support for parties sit at 23 per cent for Labor (down 4 points from November), 55 per cent for the Liberals (neutral) and 18 per cent for the Greens (up 3).
Opposition Leader Will Hodgman remains by far the most popular preferred premier commanding 46 per cent support with Premier Lara Giddings attracting half of that at 23 per cent and Greens Leader Nick McKim sitting at 13 per cent.
Another 17 per cent of the 1000 people who were polled between February 6 and 13 said they did not prefer any of those leaders.
Since the 2010 election, when Labor formed minority government with the Greens, the Liberals' vote has consistently grown at the expense of the ALP and the Greens.