Here are the key survey questions and the results:
JWS summarised the results of its full survey as:
Relative to how they rate the main federal political parties, Australians view themselves as sitting somewhere in the middle, as:
- more left leaning and more socially progressive than the Liberal-National Coalition and One Nation
- more right leaning and more socially conservative than Labor and The Greens
- more right leaning but similarly moderate on social issues to the Nick Xenophon Team (and this trend is even stronger in South Australia).
- similarly right leaning but more socially progressive than Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
- less right leaning and far more socially progressive than former Prime Minister Tony Abbott
- more right leaning and more socially conservative than Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.