"I'm leading a government that has of course been under a lot of political pressure and of course will continue to be under a lot of pressure," she said.
Asked if she would lead the Labor Party into the same election, Ms Gillard replied, "yes."
''She is a tough and intelligent prime minister,'' he said. ''She has seen through some of the most difficult reforms you can take.''
A Fairfax/Nielsen poll published today revealed Labor's primary vote has risen by Puma Shoes Amazon
"I'm not a talk show host . . . I'm the Prime Minister," she said.
''No one has phoned me,'' he said on ABC radio this morning.
''The National Broadband Network, the Murray Darling, the climate change agenda, the rent resource tax stuff. They are long term issues and if there was a strategy to change leaders at this moment . . . there would have to be a snap election otherwise it would be a waste of time doing it.''
"If you are asking me if you think I can win the 2013 election, yes I can," she said.
But the poll carried a slight sting in the tail for the Prime Minister with 57 per cent of all voters nominating Mr Rudd as the preferred Labor leader compared with 35 per cent for Ms Gillard.
Ms Gillard told the party room to focus on the government's achievements and said the only group to benefit from party disunity was the opposition.
But sources accused the Foreign Minister of "overplaying" his support in caucus.
Labor MPs have expressed anger that they are being counted among supporters of former prime minister Kevin Rudd, who is accused of inflating his numbers in caucus to destabilise the leadership of the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard.
The list also included dumped cabinet minister Kim Carr and the embattled Labor MP Craig Thomson as supporting Mr Rudd in a leadership spill.
"I don't remember people looking at John Howard and saying, 'Gee, I wish he would be warmer and cuddlier and more humorous'. I think the same stand should apply for me."
Key rural independent MP Tony Windsor said his support for the government was not guaranteed in the event of a change in the Labor leadership. Arriving at Parliament House this morning, Mr Windsor said a new leader would most likely need to call a snap election as the numbers on the floor of the house could not be relied upon.
Ms Gillard also received a measure of support from one of the figures who helped her to form government in 2010.
But among Labor voters, Mr Rudd trails Ms Gillard by 47 50.
The News Ltd report listed cabinet ministers Chris Bowen, Anthony Albanese, Robert McLelland, Martin Ferguson and Chris Evans as Rudd backers.
''If a few people in the Labor party want to throw that away, for their own short term political positions, well I think that would be a bit of a shame,'' Mr Windsor said.
Ms Gillard moved further to assert her dominance over the leadership last night with an interview on the Seven Network's Sunday Night.
Ms Gillard's personal approval rating rose by 5 percentage points to 40 per cent and she leads the Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, as preferred prime minister by 2 points a six point increase up to Puma Roma Grey
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Climate Change Minister Greg Combet today defended Ms Gillard's performance, saying she displayed ''nerves of steel'' in cobbling together the passage of the carbon tax.
Trade Minister Craig Emerson also dismissed the report that listed him as one of 19 MPs who were undecided about who should lead the party.
Ms Gillard reacted angrily when it was suggested she had failed to convey the strengths of her personality to the electorate and instead displayed a perceived lack of warmth.
"It is typical of Kevin to assume that because there may be some concerns, and they are real concerns, that automatically he has a right to consider that vote in the party room as his," the MP said. "This sort of arrogance was his problem last time. There may be hard decisions to take down the track but we will not be bullied into it, especially not by misinformed leaks showing false numbers."
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A number of Puma High Top Sneakers Labor MPs were incensed by a weekend report in News Ltd newspapers that published a list of MPs purported to be supporters of Mr Rudd for a tilt at the leadership.
party preferred stakes the Coalition's lead has been cut by 8 points, although it still leads Labor 53 47 an election winning margin.
MPs accuse Rudd of inflating support as PM urges calm
In October, the same question revealed Mr Rudd ahead of Ms Gillard by 61 per cent to 30 per cent.
During a specially convened caucus meeting yesterday at which Mr Rudd and about 20 other MPs were absent Ms Gillard urged her MPs to display discipline after a week of intense speculation over the Labor leadership.
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