Q. Generally speaking, when Federal Liberal-National Coalition Governments make changes to industrial relations laws, do you think they tend to favour employers and businesses, employees or strike a balance between the two?
|Total||Federal Voting Intention|
|Labor||TOTAL: Coalition||Greens||TOTAL: Other|
|The changes tend to favour employers and businesses||52%||64%||41%||71%||53%|
|The changes tend to favour employees||17%||14%||19%||16%||18%|
|The changes tend to strike a balance between the two||31%||22%||40%||13%||29%|
- Over half of people think changes made to industrial relations laws made by a Liberal-National government tend to favour businesses and employers (52%), while just 17% think they favour employees.
- Coalition voters are most likely to say changes made by a Coalition government strike a balance (40%), but 41% think changes favour businesses and 19% employees.
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