Current Polls

Do Australian farmers earn less than waiters?



Do single desks benefit Australian farmers?




Previous Polls

Is a low Aussie dollar good for Australian farmers?

Yes
(85.6%)

No
(14.4%)

Total Votes: 215
Poll Date: 15 September, 2014
Would you vote yes for Clive's Australia Fund?

YES
(29%)

NO
(71%)

Total Votes: 321
Poll Date: 08 September, 2014
Are rural health services improving?

Yes
(29.6%)

No
(70.4%)

Total Votes: 365
Poll Date: 01 September, 2014
Who should fix the rural debt situation?

Banks
(5.6%)

Governments
(9.8%)

Communities
(0.7%)

Individuals
(13.3%)

All of the above
(70.6%)

Total Votes: 143
Poll Date: 25 August, 2014
Is ag’s ability to feed Australia approaching breaking point?

Yes
(35.7%)

No
(64.3%)

Total Votes: 227
Poll Date: 18 August, 2014
Are sanctions an effective policy change tool?

No, they just hurt producers
(71.1%)

Yes, they can force govt action
(28.9%)

Total Votes: 194
Poll Date: 11 August, 2014
Can 'premium' marketing save Aus agriculture?

Yes
(32.6%)

No
(67.4%)

Total Votes: 273
Poll Date: 04 August, 2014
Does agricultural representation in Australia need an overhaul?

Yes
(91.8%)

No
(8.2%)

Total Votes: 255
Poll Date: 28 July, 2014

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COMMENTS

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Gentlemen - play the issue, not the man. That way we might all get some enlightenment. As Glenn
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If you have knowledge that "hundreds" of Australian companies are paying bribes then you should
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An excellent question by Glen.....it's just a pity more pollies do not represent their
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