Q. Which of the following is likely to cause the most damage to Qantas’ reputation?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens|
|Cutting Australian jobs and moving some operations to Asia||62%||71%||56%||66%|
|Industrial action by Qantas workers over pay and conditions||27%||20%||36%||22%|
62% believed that cutting Australian jobs and moving some operations to Asia was more likely to damage Qantas’ reputation than industrial action by Qantas workers. Only 27% thought industrial action would cause most damage.
Those most likely to think cutting jobs and moving operations offshore would cause most damage were women (69%), aged 55% (66%), Labor voters (71%) and Greens voters (66%). More than half of all demographic and voter groups believed cutting jobs would do most damage.
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