One Nation confident about WA poll showing

West Australian Nationals leader Brendon Grylls is going to 'find it difficult' to hold his seat in the March 11 state election, Pauline Hanson says.

One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson

One Nation's Pauline Hanson (AAP) Source: AAP

The leader of the West Australian Nationals is going to find it hard to hang on to his Pilbara seat in the upcoming state election.

That's the verdict of Pauline Hanson, whose One Nation party is fielding a candidate against Brendon Grylls in the March 11 poll.

"It looks like Brendon Grylls ... is going to find it difficult to hold his seat. I think he is under the pump," she told Nine Network on Monday.

Ms Hanson said a few weeks ago her party was polling 26 per cent of the vote in the Pilbara.

"It's going to come down to the One Nation preferences in the seats we are going to pick up," she said.

Pauline Hanson's One Nation is fielding 31 candidates for the state's lower house.

Ms Hanson also took a swipe at WA Premier Colin Barnett, saying voters don't like him.

She also thinks Labor Opposition leader Mark McGowan hasn't "got it".

"People are disgruntled."

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Published 6 February 2017 at 6:16pm
Source: AAP