Fiji's prime minister Frank Bainimarama has continued to score highly in the latest poll by Tebbutt Research.
Seventy-eight percent of the 982 people surveyed over three days earlier this month said he was doing a very good or good job.
Forty-four percent said he was their preferred prime minister.
It's a slight drop from last year but the FijiFirst leader remains well ahead of his nearest rival Sitiveni Rabuka who leads the largest opposition party Sodelpa.
A scholar of Fiji politics Steven Ratuva told Sally Round the large number who are undecided on their preferred prime minister is significant with the next election looming.