Q. Does having Julia Gillard as Prime Minister make you more or less likely to vote for the Labor Party?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens|
|Total more likely||26%||44%||11%||31%|
|Total less likely||24%||11%||38%||22%|
|Much more likely||10%||24%||1%||5%|
|A bit more likely||16%||20%||10%||26%|
|A bit less likely||8%||8%||6%||12%|
|Much less likely||16%||3%||32%||10%|
|Makes no difference||41%||40%||47%||40%|
Sample = 818
In aggregate, the results indicate the change will have little impact on voting intentions. 41% say it makes no difference to their vote, 26% say they are more likely to vote Labor and 24% less likely. Among Labor voters 44% say they are more likely to vote Labor and 11% less likely.
Greens voters were overall a little more positive about voting Labor – 31% more likely and 22% less likely.
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