7 News - South Australian Poll - 13th February 2014

ReachTEL conducted a survey of 1,330 residents across South Australia. The survey was conducted on the night of 13th February 2014.

 

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Question 1:

At the upcoming state election to be held on the 15th of March, which of the following would receive your first preference vote?

 

Total

Female 

Male 

18 – 34 

35 – 50 

51 – 65

65+ 

Labor

31.3%

28.0%

34.7%

29.5%

34.8%

31.6%

28.1%

Liberal

42.3%

42.9%

41.6%

22.3%

43.6%

50.6%

59.0%

The Greens

7.5%

6.9%

8.2%

16.9%

4.5%

4.3%

2.7%

Family First

3.7%

4.8%

2.5%

5.4%

3.5%

2.8%

2.7%

Other

7.2%

9.1%

5.2%

12.3%

7.4%

4.0%

3.1%

Undecided

8.0%

8.2%

7.9%

13.7%

6.1%

6.7%

4.3%

 

Question 2:

Who of the following do you think would make the better premier?

 

Total

Labor

Liberal

Undecided

Female

Male

18 – 34

35 – 50

51 – 65

65+

Jay Weatherill

41.5%

91.3%

6.6%

46.2%

40.8%

42.1%

46.8%

44.3%

38.6%

33.5%

Steven Marshall

58.5%

8.7%

93.4%

53.8%

59.2%

57.9%

53.2%

55.7%

61.4%

66.5%

 

Question 3:

Please rate the performance of Jay Weatherill as Premier?

 

Total

Labor

Liberal

Undecided

Female

Male

18 – 34

35 – 50

51 – 65

65+

Very good

12.6%

30.8%

1.6%

15.9%

11.4%

13.9%

15.0%

9.0%

14.2%

12.5%

Good

18.8%

39.2%

7.5%

6.5%

18.0%

19.8%

15.0%

27.1%

16.9%

14.8%

Satisfactory

33.8%

25.0%

33.8%

57.0%

36.5%

30.9%

47.2%

33.0%

23.1%

29.2%

Poor

15.1%

3.4%

26.0%

8.4%

16.6%

13.6%

3.8%

11.2%

25.8%

23.7%

Very poor

19.6%

1.7%

31.1%

12.1%

17.4%

21.9%

19.0%

19.7%

20.0%

19.8%

 

Question 4:

Please rate the performance of Steven Marshall as Leader of the Opposition?

 

Total

Labor

Liberal

Undecided

Female

Male

18 – 34

35 – 50

51 – 65

65+

Very good

13.4%

4.1%

22.2%

11.3%

12.2%

14.5%

15.1%

11.7%

11.1%

16.0%

Good

24.2%

9.6%

37.4%

15.1%

23.8%

24.7%

18.5%

22.9%

25.8%

32.3%

Satisfactory

39.8%

41.8%

36.8%

40.6%

45.5%

34.0%

45.2%

38.6%

39.1%

35.0%

Poor

13.9%

24.5%

2.5%

24.5%

13.4%

14.5%

13.2%

16.2%

14.2%

11.7%

Very poor

8.6%

20.0%

1.1%

8.5%

5.1%

12.3%

8.1%

10.6%

9.8%

5.1%

 

Question 5:

If forced to choose between the following two parties, which would you trust most to manage the economy?

 

Total

Labor

Liberal

Undecided

Female

Male

18 – 34

35 – 50

51 – 65

65+

Labor

40.7%

92.5%

0.2%

31.8%

40.4%

40.9%

51.7%

38.8%

37.0%

31.6%

Liberal

59.3%

7.5%

99.8%

68.2%

59.6%

59.1%

48.3%

61.2%

63.0%

68.4%

 

 

Question 6:

If forced to choose between the following two parties, which would you trust most to manage the education system?

 

Total

Labor

Liberal

Undecided

Female

Male

18 – 34

35 – 50

51 – 65

65+

Labor

46.2%

90.9%

6.2%

45.3%

44.9%

47.5%

60.5%

46.0%

41.4%

31.9%

Liberal

53.8%

9.1%

93.8%

54.7%

55.1%

52.5%

39.5%

54.0%

58.6%

68.1%

 

Question 7:

If forced to choose between the following two parties, which would you trust most to manage health services?

 

Total

Labor

Liberal

Undecided

Female

Male

18 – 34

35 – 50

51 – 65

65+

Labor

45.8%

96.2%

4.8%

42.1%

45.3%

46.3%

55.4%

48.7%

40.3%

34.6%

Liberal

54.2%

3.8%

95.2%

57.9%

54.7%

53.7%

44.6%

51.3%

59.7%

65.4%

 

Question 8:

Which of the following issues will influence your vote most at the upcoming State election?

 

Total

Labor

Liberal

Undecided

Female

Male

18 – 34

35 – 50

51 – 65

65+

Cost of living

29.6%

27.0%

26.2%

29.9%

28.4%

30.8%

40.6%

26.8%

25.6%

23.0%

Health

14.1%

14.0%

16.1%

15.9%

16.1%

11.9%

8.6%

11.4%

19.1%

19.9%

Education

10.9%

17.6%

6.4%

11.2%

13.5%

8.2%

17.2%

11.9%

5.6%

6.6%

The economy

28.5%

21.0%

44.7%

12.1%

24.3%

33.0%

13.2%

31.8%

34.0%

39.1%

Unemployment

9.5%

11.1%

5.1%

23.4%

11.3%

7.7%

10.5%

10.9%

8.6%

7.0%

Environment

7.3%

9.4%

1.4%

7.5%

6.3%

8.5%

9.9%

7.2%

7.1%

4.3%

This survey was conducted using an automated telephone based survey system among 1,330 voters. The data has been weighted to reflect the population age and gender distribution as provided by the ABS. Telephone numbers and the person within the household were selected at random. Copyright ReachTEL Pty Ltd.