Q. Over the last few weeks which of the following types of contact have you had with the election campaign?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other|
|Seen TV campaign ads||58%||57%||65%||49%||61%|
|Received campaign materials in your letterbox||49%||48%||50%||54%||63%|
|Watched one of the party leader debates on TV||22%||26%||22%||27%||24%|
|Received an email about the election||17%||19%||19%||28%||12%|
|Visited a website about election issues||13%||16%||12%||20%||13%|
|Been surveyed on the phone||12%||14%||14%||7%||16%|
|Had a phone call from a political party||11%||13%||11%||12%||11%|
|Been approached in the street by party workers handing out material||9%||10%||12%||8%||6%|
|Been door-knocked by a political party||5%||6%||7%||2%||4%|
|Been door-knocked by another group (e.g. union, interest group)||4%||6%||4%||3%||3%|
58% say they have seen TV ads about the election campaign and 49% have received campaign materials in their letterbox. 22% say they have watched a leaders debate.
Only 5% say they have been door-knocked by a political party and 9% have been approached by party workers in the street.
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