7 News - National Poll - July 2013

ReachTEL conducted a five-question survey of 2,922 residents across Australia on the night of 18th July 2013.

 

7 News

Question 1:

If a Federal election were to be held today, which of the following would receive your first preference vote? If you are undecided to which do you even have a slight leaning?

 

18th July 13

27th June 13

3rd May 13

12th April 13

Labor

39.3%

38.3% 

29.3%

31.3% 

Liberal

42.0%

42.6% 

45.2%

46.1%

The Nationals

3.4%

2.5%

3.3%

3.7%

The Greens

8.3%

8.7%

10.2%

10.2%

Katter’s Australian Party

1.1%

2.2%

3.2%

2.8%

Palmer United Party

1.7%

2.0%

na

na

Other

4.2%

3.6%

8.7%

6.0%

 

Two party preferred result based on 2010 election distribution

 

18th July 13

27th June 13

3rd May 13

12th April 13

Labor

49%

48%

42%

43%

Liberal / National

51%

52%

58%

57%

 

Question 2:

Which of the following do you think would make the better Prime Minister?

 

18th July 13

27th June 13

Female

Male

Kevin Rudd

52.4%

51.6%

55.2%

49.5%

Tony Abbott

47.6%

48.4%

44.8%

50.5%

 

 

3rd May 13

12th April 13

Julia Gillard

40.6%

43.5%

Tony Abbott

59.4%

56.5%

 

 

Question 3:

Now please consider a different scenario where Malcolm Turnbull is leader of the Liberal Party and not Tony Abbott. If a Federal election were to be held today, which of the following would receive your first preference vote? If you are undecided to which do you even have a slight leaning?

 

 

Labor

33.9%

Liberal

50.2%

The Nationals

3.7%

The Greens

6.8%

Katter’s Australian Party

1.5%

Palmer United Party

1.1%

Other

2.7%

 

Two party preferred result based on 2010 election distribution

 

Total

Labor

42%

Liberal / National

58%

 

Question 4:

Which of the following do you think would make the better Prime Minister?

 

Total

Female

Male

Kevin Rudd

35.0%

37.1%

32.7%

Malcolm Turnbull

65.0%

62.9%

67.3%

 

Question 5:

If Malcolm Turnbull were the leader of The Liberal Party, would this make you more or less likely to vote for The Liberal Party at the upcoming Federal election?

 

Total

Female

Male

More likely

48.3%

48.5%

48.1%

Less likely

16.9%

16.6%

17.1%

Vote unchanged

34.8%

34.9%

34.8%

This survey was conducted using an automated telephone based survey system among 2,922 voters. Telephone numbers and the person within the household were selected at random. The results have been weighted by gender and age to reflect the population according to ABS figures. Please note that due to rounding, not all tables necessarily total 100% and subtotals may also vary. Copyright ReachTEL Pty Ltd.