One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says Queenslanders are voting for the party despite a new poll showing a slump in support.
Pauline Hanson has rubbished a new poll showing support for One Nation in Queensland has slumped on the eve of the state election.
"I don't believe that. I believe there is support for One Nation on the ground," she told Seven after the Courier-Mail's Galaxy poll showed a fall in primary support from a high of 18 per cent to 12 per cent.
"The test will be tomorrow at the polling booth and I believe a lot of people are voting for One Nation."
The poll shows support for One Nation is much higher in rural and regional Queensland, with 20 per cent of respondents there indicating they will vote for the far-right party, than in the state's populous southeast, where its vote stands at eight per cent.
Senator Hanson, who has been the face of the party's campaign in Queensland, says One Nation is the answer against the incumbent Labor party government.
"Do you really want another four years under Annastacia Palaszczuk? What has she done for the state? Absolutely nothing," Senator Hanson said.
It was up to voters to decide who they would preference on the ballot paper, but One Nation has put all sitting MPs last on their preference cards, she said.
Ms Palaszczuk is refusing to do a deal with One Nation to form government if necessary after Saturday's election, while LNP Tim Nicholls has repeated he will deal with the parliament elected by the people of Queensland.
But he has ruled out forming a coalition with One Nation or giving them a seat in cabinet.
One Nation's Queensland leader, Steve Dickson, says he has had no secret meetings with Mr Nicholls, but is open to working with the LNP.
"We want to win as many (seats) as we can. We would love to win government," he told the Nine Network.
"The reality is we will probably end up with the balance of power."