Q. If another election was held in the next 12 months would you vote for the same party or might you change your vote?
|Total||Voted Labor||Voted Lib/Nat||Voted Greens|
|Vote for the same party||72%||76%||84%||62%|
|Might change my vote||16%||16%||11%||28%|
|Definitely change my vote||1%||1%||2%||1%|
72% say they would vote for the same party if another election was held and 17% think they may change their vote. Liberal/National voters are least likely to change their vote (13%), while Greens voters are most likely (29%). 22% of voters aged under 35 said they may change their vote compared to only 13% of those aged 55+.
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