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Last updated on August 3rd, 2017 at 11:11 am
According to the latest research:
Labor supporters are more likely to watch ABC Current Affairs programmes, The 7:30 Report, Foreign Correspondent, Four Corners, Insiders, and Lateline than Coalition supporters. The 7:30 Report has an audience made up of 41% ALP supporters (3% above average) and 36% L-NP supporters (3% below average). Foreign Correspondent’s audience is 40% ALP (2% above average) and 34% L-NP (5% below average), while Four Corners has 41% ALP supporters in its audience (3% above average) and 33% L-NP supporters (6% below average). The Insiders and Lateline audiences are more polarised. Insiders has a 46% ALP audience (8% higher than the general population) and a 30% L-NP audience (9% below the general population). Lateline’s audience is 45% ALP (7% higher) and only 29% L-NP (a substantial 10% lower).
Labor folk might be feeling pretty good about themselves right now, what with all the tuning in to serious leftoid ABC current affairs nonsense. But wait:
When it comes to lighter viewing, more ALP voters and less L-NP voters are to be found in the audiences of Home and Away (42% ALP and 36% L-NP), Neighbours (43% ALP and 32% L-NP), The Bold and the Beautiful (44% ALP and 39% L-NP), Young and the Restless (46% ALP and 38% L-NP), Days of Our Lives (47% ALP and 36% L-NP) and Passions (48% ALP and 27% L-NP) than in the general population (38% ALP and 39% L-NP).
Labor voters watch trash.
(Via Peter Van Lierop)