Q. Overall, which is closest to your view about Australia’s relationship with China?
|Total||Gender||Age Group||Federal Voting Intention|
|Male||Female||18-34||35-54||55+||Labor||TOTAL: Coalition||Greens||TOTAL: Other|
|Australia’s relationship with China is a positive opportunity to be realised||10%||13%||7%||14%||11%||6%||11%||10%||12%||8%|
|Australia’s relationship with China is a complex relationship to be managed||66%||63%||69%||65%||64%||70%||66%||66%||66%||61%|
|Australia’s relationship with China is a threat to be confronted||24%||24%||23%||21%||25%||24%||23%||24%||21%||31%|
- Over twice as many people think Australia’s relationship with China is a threat to be confronted than a positive opportunity to be realised (24% to 10%). However most believe it is a complex relationship to be managed.
- Younger people aged 18-34 are more likely to see the opportunity for a positive relationship with China than those aged over 55 (14% to 6%).
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