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Government Confidence largely unchanged after Medevac Bill

Government Confidence virtually unchanged after Medevac Bill

Finding No. 7893 – These two Morgan Polls on Roy Morgan Government Confidence were conducted via face-to-face interviewing during the month of February. Roy Morgan interviewed 1,673 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of February 2/3 & 9/10, 2019 (pre Medevac Bill) and 1,708 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of February 16/17 & 23/24, 2019 (post Medevac Bill).
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Aussies give stamp of approval to Australian-made goods

Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia), Oct. 2013 - Sep. 2014 (n=16,176) and Oct. 2017 - Sep. 2018 (n=15,009). Respondents were asked to indicate whether they would be more likely or less likely to buy products made in each of the following countries: Australia, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, UK, USA. The Top 12 are charted here.
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More New Zealanders than Australians expect a ‘troubled’ 2019

Source: Roy Morgan New Zealand telephone, SMS and web surveys in New Zealand 1989-2018 with an average of 1,000 New Zealanders aged 18+ interviewed each year. Question: “Do you expect the coming 2019 year to be for the world a more peaceful one, a more troubled one, or more of the same as 2018?”
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Far more Australians expect a troubled than a peaceful 2019

Source: Roy Morgan telephone, SMS and web surveys in Australia 1982-2018 with an average of 1,000 Australians aged 18+ interviewed each year. Question in mid-December 2018: “Do you expect the coming 2019 year to be for the world a more peaceful one, a more troubled one, or more of the same as 2018?”
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New Zealanders more optimistic about 2019 than Aussies

New Zealanders more optimistic about 2019 than Aussies

Source: Roy Morgan New Zealand telephone, SMS and web surveys in New Zealand 1989-2018 with an average of 1,000 New Zealanders aged 18+ interviewed each year. Question: “As far as you are concerned, do you think that 2019 will be better, worse, or the same as 2018?”
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‘Break bail, go to jail’ – 82% of Victorians agree with Matthew Guy

It’s official an overwhelming majority of Victorian electors (82%) say people charged with a criminal offence who are given bail who then break a bail condition should be immediately sent to jail according to a special SMS Morgan Poll conducted today (Thursday) on the eve of this week’s Victorian State Election.
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