MP3: Polls show Coalition struggling to win public support for direct action

24.11.2013

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Polls show Coalition struggling to win public support for direct action MP3

The Federal Government's preferred replacement policy for the carbon tax has just 12 per cent support, according to the latest Nielsen poll in Fairfax newspapers. The poll also puts Labor in front of the Coalition on a two party preferred basis, but Nielsen's John Stirton says it needs to be confirmed by other polls before being considered a trend against the Government. Source: abc.net.au

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