Q. The federal government is considering bringing forward tax cuts currently planned for 2022 which will give higher income earners much bigger tax cuts than those on lower incomes.
Which of these options do you most support?
|Total||Gender||Age Group||Federal Voting Intention|
|Male||Female||18-34||35-54||55+||Labor||Liberal + National||Greens||TOTAL: Other|
|The government should bring forward these tax cuts to this year||33%||34%||31%||33%||41%||24%||28%||40%||26%||29%|
|The government should stick to the existing timetable of 2022||29%||31%||27%||40%||25%||24%||29%||31%||28%||26%|
|The government should scrap these tax cuts and spend the money on other priorities||38%||35%||42%||27%||34%||52%||43%||29%||46%||45%|
|TOTAL: Lower Income
(Up to $51,999 per year)
|TOTAL: Mid Income ($52,000-$103,999 per year)||TOTAL: Higher Income
(More than $104,000 per year)
|The government should bring forward these tax cuts to this year||33%||25%||29%||46%|
|The government should stick to the existing timetable of 2022||29%||24%||33%||27%|
|The government should scrap these tax cuts and spend the money on other priorities||38%||50%||37%||27%|
- 33% would support a decision to fast-track tax cuts for high income earners from 2022 to 2020. 29% think the cuts should keep to the existing timetable of 2022, while 38% think they should be scrapped.
- Fast-tracking the tax cuts has greatest support among those with a high household income (46%), while only 25% of those in a household with a lower income, and 29% of people in a mid-income household.
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