One Nation Party founder and Senate candidate Pauline Hanson (R) chats to a woman as she campaigns at a shopping arcade in the suburbs of Sydney on August 14, 2013. With the country's federal election set to take place on September 7, the economy is the number one issue for Australians, according to data from an interactive tool hosted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Using data drawn from the first 250,000 responses and weighted to reflect the national population, it found the economy was ranked number one, with asylum-seekers a distant but clear second. AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN / AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN

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