Q. Which is closer to your own view about the federal Coalition government?
|Total||Gender||Age Group||Federal Voting Intention|
|Male||Female||18-34||35-54||55+||Labor||TOTAL: Coalition||Greens||TOTAL: Other|
|Deserves to be re-elected||36%||43%||29%||26%||35%||45%||14%||71%||18%||25%|
|Time to give someone else a go||41%||40%||42%||50%||36%||38%||65%||14%||69%||46%|
|Deserves to be re-elected||34%||37%||35%||40%||37%|
|Time to give someone else a go||45%||37%||42%||39%||37%|
- When thinking about whether the current government should be re-elected, 41% think it’s time to give someone else a go, compared to 36% who think the federal Coalition government deserves to be re-elected. 23% are unsure.
- Those most likely to think the current government deserves to be re-elected include men (43%), those over 55 (45%), and Coalition voters (71%).
- People aged 18-34 (50%), Labor voters (65%), and Greens voters (69%) are the most likely to think it’s time to give someone else a go.
- NSW residents are more likely to think it’s time to give someone else a go than Victorians (45% to 37% respectively).
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