News Corp’s final exclusive survey of 4,010 voters shows 33 per cent of people who voted in the 2019 election are planning to switch parties ahead of next year’s election.
Labor voters showed the least sign of movement, with 85 per cent planning to support the party again, five per cent planning to switch to the Coalition while another three per cent would move to the Greens.
Of Labor’s voters, four per cent said they didn’t know who they would vote for.
The poll shows 11 per cent of Coalition voters are planning to switch to Labor. Picture: Getty Images
There are worrying signs for the Coalition, with 74 per cent saying they will stick to the alliance and a whopping 11 per cent planning to switch to Labor. Seven per cent said they didn’t know who they would vote for.
Of the 4,010 surveyed, two per cent of those who voted for the Coalition and one per cent of Labor voters in 2019 say they intend to switch to Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party ahead of the coming election.
Only one per cent of Labor and Coalition voters said they would switch to Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party.
A majority of Greens voters (77 per cent) will be supporting the party again while 12 per cent are planning to switch to Labor, three per cent planning to vote for the Coalition.
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While numbers for One Nation voters were low, 67 per cent said they were planning to stick to the party, with nine per cent planning to vote Labor, eight per cent the United Australia Party and seven per cent planning to switch to the Coalition.
The survey of 4,010 voters showed women (69 per cent) were more likely to be undecided than men (31 per cent).
The exclusive poll, carried out by Ergo Strategy for News Corp Australia, was conducted between September 10 and 23.

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