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Title: Voting patterns of church attenders
Other Titles: NCLS Research Fact sheet-19001
Authors: Miriam Pepper
Steve Bevis
Rachel Fitzpatrick
Ruth Powell
Nicole Hancock
Angelyn Singh
Keywords: political;politics;social views;voting
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: NCLS Research
Citation: Pepper, M., Bevis, S., Fitzpatrick, R., Powell, R., Hancock, N., & Singh, A. Voting patterns of church attenders, NCLS Research Fact Sheet 19001. Sydney: NCLS Research.
Abstract: This fact sheet examines Australian church attenders’ voting patterns in federal elections.Is there a clear voting pattern for Australian church attenders in federal elections?. Reporting on voter intentions for federal elections is a staple of Australian media news cycles and a constant source of interest to governments, businesses and civil society alike. While the patterns differ somewhat by denomination and demographic factors, especially age, Australian church attenders are predominantly conservative in their voting preferences. There has been a shift away from the Coalition towards minor parties/independents over 20 years.
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