The survey has now closed. There were 1368 responses.
On question 1, will the election be held on 14 September 2013, 66% said no and 34% yes.
Of those who voted yes (467 votes), the Prime Minister who advises the GG formally was said to be: Gillard (75.9%), Abbott (14.9%), Rudd (6.8%), Shorten (1.6%), Swan (0.5%) and Carr (0.2%).
Of those who voted no (901 votes), the Prime Minister who advises the GG was a rather bigger mix, with quite a few Senators (who would have to move to the HoR). There were a few votes undecided. Of the 890 votes cast for a particular person, they were: Gillard (36.6%), Rudd (29.4%), Abbott (19.9%), Shorten (6.3%), Crean (1.9%), Swan (1.7%), Bob Carr (1.1%), Combet (0.9%), Ferguson (0.7%), Conroy (0.3%), Smith (0.2%), Craig Thomson (0.2%), and then 0.1% each for: Bowen, Clare, Rhiannon, Butler, Wong and Garrett.
Of the alternative election dates, the most popular was 20 April and 25 May (both around 9%) and then 4 May (7%). 48% of those who voted for an alternative date chose a date 25 May or earlier.