Q. Thinking about elections, have you taken more or less interest in the US election than the July election in Australia?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other|
|Taken more interest in the US election||33%||32%||37%||31%||36%|
|Taken less interest in the US election||22%||22%||24%||25%||22%|
|About the same interest||38%||40%||37%||41%||38%|
33% say they took more interest in the US election than the Australian election, 22% took less interest and 38% about the same interest.
Those more likely to take more interest in the US election than the Australian election were aged 18-24 (45%), full-time workers (38%) and incomes over $1,500pw (39%).
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