1. What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old 2. What is your gender? Male Female 3. When in recession, the government should spend more, when in boom, the government should save more. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree The government should always save. The government should minimise saving at all times. 4. How should we approach trade? We should encourage free trade, especially with our Asian neighbours. We should encourage free trade, especially with our allies and major trade partners. We should protect our farmers and domestic industries when trading. We should focus on fair trade and trade only with countries that produce their goods in a morally acceptable way. We should focus on protectionism and only trade what is necessary. 5. If you had to pick the most important unit of society from this list, which would it be? The individual. The family. The worker. The law maker. 6. How should we approach immigration? We should encourage a large and inclusive immigration program. We should encourage a large immigration program, but specifically target people with skills we are short on, like teachers and nurses. We should encourage a large immigration program, but focus on refugees and looking after those in trouble.. We should have a moderate immigration program focused on our skills shortages. We should have a moderate immigration program focused on refugees. We should have a minimised immigration intake. 7. Industrial Relations. Workers and Unions should determine the conditions under which they work. Unions should have the upper hand in bargaining processes. We should seek a proper balance between workers and employees. Employers should have the upper hand in bargaining processes. Workers should negotiate contracts as individuals without interference from unions, and the law should not interfere in the negotiated conditions. 8. Our commitments in Afghanistan and Iraq. Assuming the choices were simply, withdraw, stay or increase presence. Withdraw from both conflicts. Withdraw from Iraq, stay in Afghanistan. Withdraw from Iraq, ramp up presence in Afghanistan. Stay in both conflicts. Stay in Iraq, ramp up presence in Afghanistan. Ramp up presence in both conflicts. 9. Some http websites should be censored and removed from access by Australian citizens in the form of a filter. Yes, a compulsory filter should be enforced to all Australians. A filter should be in effect but anyone who wants to opt out should be able to. A filter should be available to anyone who wants one, but should not be imposed. There should be no form of internet filtering from the government, people can buy private ones anyway. 10. The drinking age should be raised from 18 to 21. Agree. In addition, reduce the amount of alcohol consumed with taxes and other measures. Agree. Does not address the problem, instead attack other issues such as advertising, etc, and raise taxes. Disagree. We should consider removing the drinking age. 11. Climate change is a current, short term and long term issue and could be catastrophic unless strong, immediate action is taken. Absolutely. Australia has a chance to lead the way with major emissions cuts, greater than 20%. Agreed, Australia should begin with moderate cuts to minimise economic impact, 5-20%. Australia should ensure that it meets any global commitments, cutting emissions alongside the major players. Climate change is an awkward science at best. The environment should be protected in economically smart way not relevent to emissions. We should ignore the climate change doomsaying and continue business as usual. 12. Change of pace. What do you identify as, or are closest too, from the following list; Far right Conservative. Right wing Conservative. Centre-right Liberal. Centre Liberal. Centre-Left Democratic Socialist. Left to far left Socialist. 13. Of all the issues facing the country on this list, which do you think is the most important? The Environment. The Economy. Industrial Relations. Families, Communities, and the quality of life of Australians.