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Q. How much attention will you pay to the Federal Budget announcements?
|No attention at all||6%||5%||7%||8%||6%||4%|
|Not much attention||18%||18%||18%||32%||15%||10%|
|A little attention||42%||38%||45%||43%||45%||38%|
|A lot of attention||34%||39%||29%||17%||34%||48%|
- Most people will be following the budget announcement on Tuesday with 34% saying they will pay a lot of attention, and 42% paying a little attention.
- Men (39% paying a lot of attention) and older people (48%) will be most likely to closely follow the announcements.
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