Q. Who do you think is mainly responsible for the underpayment of 7-Eleven workers?
|Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other|
|The workers themselves||3%||3%||6%||–||2%|
|The individual store owners||33%||35%||37%||19%||32%|
|The 7-Eleven company||49%||50%||46%||67%||52%|
The largest proportion of Australians (49%) believe that the 7-Eleven company is mainly responsible for the underpayment of workers.
A further 33% believe that the individual store owners are responsible.
Just 3% blame the workers themselves, and 4% the government. 10% don’t know.
Greens voters (67%) were more likely than the other voting groups to blame the 7-Eleven company.
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