Q. Do you think the result of this election will –
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other|
|Fundamentally change Australia||13%||24%||6%||11%||10%|
|Have a significant impact on the future of Australia||38%||41%||37%||49%||39%|
|Have a limited impact on the future of Australia||30%||22%||43%||25%||31%|
|Have no impact on the future of Australia||8%||5%||8%||5%||11%|
51% think that the result of this election will be either a fundamental change or have a significant impact on then future of Australia.
Labor voters (65%) and Greens voters (60%) are more likely to think it will have a significant impact or fundamental change.
51% of Liberal/National voters think it will have limited or no impact.
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