Q. Given the choice between the United States of America and China, which country do you think it would be most beneficial for Australia strengthen our relationship with?
|Total||Male||Female||Labor||NET: Coalition||Greens||NET: Other|
|United States of America||42%||46%||39%||36%||56%||16%||48%|
|United States of America||42%||38%||4%|
- Now 42% of participants believe it would be more beneficial to strength our relationship with the United States of America (up 4%), but a quarter say we should strengthen our relationship with neither country (24%, up 6%).
- Coalition voters are most likely to say we should strengthen our relationship with America (56%), while Greens voters would prefer to strengthen our relationship with neither country (37%).
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