Q. To what extent has the Budget impacted your likelihood to vote for the Coalition at the upcoming Federal election?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Liberal / National||Vote Greens||NET: Vote Other|
|It has made me more likely to vote for them||17%||10%||31%||9%||14%|
|It has not changed my likelihood to vote or not vote for them||61%||52%||65%||64%||58%|
|It has made me less likely to vote for them||22%||38%||4%||27%||28%|
- 61% said the Budget would have no effect on the way they intend to vote at the next election.
- The Budget has strengthened the vote within Coalition support, with 31% saying the Budget has made them more likely to vote for the Coalition.
- 38% of Labor voters are less likely to consider the Coalition as a result of the Budget, with 10% of Labor voters saying they are more likely to consider switching their vote.
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