PREMIER Lara Giddings has been hit with a drop in personal support in the latest poll of state voting intentions.
The EMRS poll shows a seven point drop in support for the Premier, who has just 18 per cent support from the electorate as preferred Premier, down from 25 per cent in May.
The preferred Premier remains Will Hodgman on 48 per cent (up two from May), with Greens leader Nick McKim further behind on 12 (up two).
Twenty-one per cent of the electorate chose none of the current three leaders as their preferred premier.
The poll also shows a drop in the undecided vote, which has moved from 30 per cent in May to 17 per cent in this September poll.
Those undecided voters have broken evenly for the three parties _ Labor and the Liberals gained four per cent and the Greens three.
The overall results show 23 per cent support for Labor, 12 per cent for the Greens, 44 per cent for the Liberals, 3 per cent for independents and 17 undecided; putting the Liberal opposition firmly on track for majority government.