Q Which party do you think is better at managing:
|Coalition||Labor||Neither||Difference (Coalition minus Labor)|
|A major security threat||39%||27%||34%||+12|
|The ageing population||35%||27%||38%||+8|
|A global economic crisis||35%||30%||36%||+5|
|A major health risk||34%||29%||37%||+5|
|A major environmental crisis||28%||32%||39%||-4|
|The transition from a carbon-based to a renewable based energy market||25%||37%||38%||-12|
- The Coalition is seen as better at managing a major security threat (39%) and the ageing population (35%) than Labor (both 27%).
- Whereas Labor is perceived to be better at managing the transition from a carbon-based to a renewable based energy market (37%), compared to 25% Coalition.
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