Ir key federal issue in qld poll beazley says
The Ipsos Reid poll asked a large, national sample of voters if they think the Federal Government will do the right thing or wrong thing in relation to climate change.
The findings show the public’s views of the Government has soured – with a quarter of respondents viewing the Government in a negative light – and almost half saying they are unsure about it.
The poll shows almost two-thirds of those surveyed want a national solution to climate change, 우리카지노while only a third believed the issue would be solved effectively through the use of natural resources such as water and gas.
The latest survey shows only two-thirds of Australians support the Paris Climate Agreement, although many support the country’s commitment to cut emissions.
It shows that people in Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia and the NT are in favour of a national solution.
The poll was taken from 1 October to 14 October 2015, across national, regional and marginal electorates.
Key findings of the poll
Queensland’s support for a national solution to climate change is at 45 per cent
The Queensland Government is the only Queensland Government party shown as opposed to a national solution to climate change at 60 per cent
Tasmania is the only state, outside the NT, showing support for a national solution to climate change at 36 per cent
The majority of respondents in NT favour a national solution to climate change at 59 per cent
More than half of respondents oppose government regulations limiting coal-fired electricity generation
Key findings of the poll by Ipsos Reid
Queensland’s support for a national solution to climate change is at 45 per cent.
A majority of Queenslanders support a national solution to climate change at 60 per cent
Tasmania is the only state, outside the NT, shown as opposed to a national solution to climate change at 36 per cent.
Queensland continues to be the only state in which a majority of respondents support the Government in its efforts to combat climate change.
Queensland continues to be the only state with a majority of people (60 per cent) who say they do not trgospelhitzust the Government, compared with 36 per cent who have no confidence in it.
Queensland also appears to be the only state where a majority of respondents would prefer an independent body such as the Commonwealth to monitor climate change.
Nea우리카지노rly two-thirds of Queenslanders oppose regulation limiting coal-fired power generation at 60 per cent