Poll: People worry about government performance, Australia’s coalition party primary election support rate drops
Chinanews.com, April 20th. According to a report by Australia.com on the 20th, some Australian voters refused to vote for the Coalition government in the polls recently, reducing their primary vote to 38%. However, despite the setbacks of Prime Minister Morrison’s Coalition Party, 47% of voters still tend to choose Morrison as prime minister, a figure that exceeds that of the Labour Party leader.
p > According to reports, this exclusive investigation was jointly initiated by the “Sydney Morning Herald”, “The Times” and the research company Resolve Strategic. Statistics show that since the last election, the federal government’s primary election has dropped from 41% to 38%.
Out of concerns about the performance of the coalition government, some Australians voted for smaller parties, including the Green Party and the Single Nation Party. The Labour Party missed the opportunity to increase its core approval rate, and its primary election rate remained unchanged at 33%.
The survey also showed that despite the setbacks of Morrison’s coalition party, he has an advantage in personal leadership. 47% of voters tend to choose Morrison as prime minister, 25% of voters choose Labour Party leader Anthony Albanese, and 28% of voters have not decided who to vote for.
The report pointed out that Resolve Strategic Director Jim Reed said: “There are always many factors that affect voters’ voting, but our analysis points out that the federal government’s response to the epidemic has become a key influencing factor, as well as the federal government. The interaction with the state government also has an impact.” (Yuan Chunling)