Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s approval ratings slid after his handling of the Omicron-driven coronavirus outbreak fueled a backlash, a widely watched poll showed on Tuesday, putting opposition Labour into leading position months away from a federal election. Australian voters are losing confidence in Morrison and his Liberal-National Party coalition government on the economy, jobs, health, and the response to a fast-moving Omicron wave, according to a poll. The survey of 1 607 voters was conducted from January 11 to 15, before an Australian court upheld a government decision to cancel unvaccinated tennis star Novak Djokovic’s visa just ahead of the Australian Open.