Q. Who do you trust to implement the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission?
|Scott Morrison and the Liberal Party||23%||28%||18%||21%||18%||29%|
|Bill Shorten and the Labor Party||27%||30%||25%||27%||30%||25%|
Over a third of people (35%) believe it will make no difference whether a Coalition or Labor Government implement the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission.
Males (28%) and voters over the age of 55 (29%) are most likely to trust the Coalition to deliver the recommendations.
|Total||Labor||Liberal + National||Greens||NET: Other|
|Scott Morrison and the Liberal Party||23%||5%||56%||6%||17%|
|Bill Shorten and the Labor Party||27%||60%||5%||32%||8%|
Trust to deliver the Banking Royal Commission recommendations generally follow party voting intention, with 60% of Labor voters, and 56% of Coalition voters trusting their own party.
Greens voters (45%) and minor party/independent voters (58%) are most likely to think it will no make a difference who implements the recommendations.
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