Q. If a new conservative party was formed and included people like Tony Abbott, how likely would you be to vote for them?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other||Dec 2015|
|Not very likely||16%||16%||20%||12%||17%||16%|
|Not at all likely||42%||58%||21%||68%||46%||49%|
23% say they would be very or somewhat likely to vote for a new conservative party and 58% would be not very or not at all likely.
41% of Liberal/National voters and 32% of those aged 65+ say they would be likely to vote for a new conservative party.
Compared to 12 months ago, likelihood of voting for a new conservative party has increased a little.
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