Perceptions of leaders

Apr 30, 2019

Q. Which party leader would you…?

  Scott Morrison Bill Shorten Unsure
Ask their advice about investing money 37% 21% 42%
Most trust to give your children advice about the future 31% 25% 45%
Most like to go to the pub for a beer with 31% 29% 41%
Most like to go to the footy with 31% 25% 44%
Most like to have over for dinner 30% 28% 42%
Prefer to have negotiate your next pay rise 29% 37% 34%
Think would be more likely to stop and help if your car was stranded 29% 28% 43%
Think would be more likely to lend you $100 if you needed it 26% 31% 43%
Most like to have babysit your children 25% 21% 54%
Most trust to cook a good meal 25% 22% 53%
Most like to go on holiday with 24% 21% 55%
Ask their advice about a personal issue 24% 24% 52%
Most trust to look after your pet 24% 24% 52%
Ask to help you with home renovations 22% 24% 54%

Unsure removed

  Scott Morrison Bill Shorten Difference
Ask their advice about investing money 64% 36% +28
Most like to go to the footy with 56% 44% +12
Most trust to give your children advice about the future 55% 45% +10
Most like to have babysit your children 54% 46% +8
Most like to go on holiday with 53% 47% +6
Most like to have over for dinner 52% 48% +4
Most like to go to the pub for a beer with 52% 48% +4
Most trust to cook a good meal 52% 48% +4
Most trust to look after your pet 50% 50% 0
Ask their advice about a personal issue 50% 50% 0
Think would be more likely to stop and help if your car was stranded 50% 50% 0
Ask to help you with home renovations 48% 52% -4
Think would be more likely to lend you $100 if you needed it 46% 54% -8
Prefer to have negotiate your next pay rise 44% 56% -12
  • Comparing the two party leaders, voters would prefer Scott Morrison to Bill Shorten to ask about investing money (64% to 36%), go to the footy with (56% to 44%) and give their children advice about the future (55% to 45%).
  • Bill Shorten was more trusted to negotiate a pay rise (56% to 44%).