Q. How would you rate the performance of the following parties and politicians since the election?
|Total good||Total poor||Very good||Good||Average||Poor||Very poor|
|Liberal and National Parties||40%||31%||10%||30%||30%||22%||9%|
Respondents rated the performance of the Coalition parties since the election a little higher than that of the Labor Party. The Coalition parties were rated 40% good/31% poor compared to Labor’s 38% good/34% poor.
Ratings of the Greens (28% good/39% poor) and the independents (27%/42%) were both negative.
In terms of party preferences, 78% of Labor voters rated Labor good, 70% of Coalition voters rated the Coalition parties good and 71% of Greens voters rated the Greens good. Voters for independents and other parties were split on the performance of the independents – 37% good/30% poor.
45% of Labor voters rated the independents’ performance as good and 58% of Coalition voters rated them poor.
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- Preferred Prime Minister
- Views towards re-electing the federal Coalition government
- Party trust to handle issues
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- Scott Morrison’s impact on Australia’s international reputation
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