ALMOST three-quarters of Ipswich voters think Campbell Newman is arrogant and most rate his government's performance as terrible.
The Newman Government swept into office and pushed Anna Bligh into oblivion in the state election in March.
In Ipswich, Rachel Nolan's safe seat was yanked from under her by greenhorn Ian Berry, Wayne Wendt went away and Jo-Ann Miller scraped back in.
But ever since, Premier Newman has been criticised for his cutbacks to the public service and slashing spending.
In a major survey undertaken by the publisher of The Queensland Times, Queenslanders, including Ipswich voters, were asked their opinion of the Newman Government.
Almost 70% of Ipswich voters said the government had performed worse than expected, although 60% said they didn't vote LNP in the election.
Asked which description most accurately depicted Campbell Newman, almost 75% picked "arrogant".
More than half said they were "very negative" about Queensland's future under his government and almost 60% didn't accept public service numbers had to be lowered to reduce spending and debt.
More than 60% expect the Newman Government will be worse for regional and rural Queensland than the previous Labor government.