Survey

Finally, finally, finally! I was part of the opinion polling for the papers by phone! Strange coverage of question:

  • If there were a federal election, which party would you vote for? – Labor
  • Are you satisfied with Mr. Kevin Rudd’s performance? – Yes
  • Are you satisfied with Mr. Malcolm Turnbull’s performance? – No
  • If the carbon bill doesn’t get through the senate, what would you want to see happen? – Call an early election (other options were abaondon the bill, modify the bill and negotiate)
  • Are you happy with Mr. Nathan Rees’ preformance? – No
  • Are you happy with Mr. Barry O’Farrell’s performance? – No
  • If there were a state election, which party would you vote for? – Liberal
  • After the renovations at the National Gallery there will be a function centre there. What would you cal it? – The Great Southern Hall (one of the options)
  • Questions about NRMA and their services (which, having those services, would have skewed my answers).
  • The pets, income, and status of the house

So pleased to have been a part of it. I hope they keep calling back!

Thomas.

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7 thoughts on “Survey

  1. My answers:

    If there were a federal election, which party would you vote for? – Greens

    Are you satisfied with Mr. Kevin Rudd’s performance? – No

    Are you satisfied with Mr. Malcolm Turnbull’s performance? – No

    If the carbon bill doesn’t get through the senate, what would you want to see happen? – Call an early election

    Are you happy with Mr. Nathan Rees’ preformance? – No

    Are you happy with Mr. Barry O’Farrell’s performance? – Yes

    If there were a state election, which party would you vote for? – Greens

  2. How un-Ombudsmanlike I would never have picked the keys required to spell greens would have been left ok your keyboard, let alone a preferred option……

  3. And to think I used to listen to Stan Zemanek (R.I.P.)!

    I would like to see the Greens have two terms in office at both the state and federal levels. With the opportunity to implement real change, I think people would see that their policies are the only way to ensure good governance. In addition, we need a Greens government to help create a better world. I think Bob Brown would be a great PM.

  4. Except Bob Brown is a senator and would have to win a seat in Tasmania. There’s a good swing seat for him down there I believe.

    Geography has taken over your brain! You should absolutely express these views in a particular South-West household.

  5. Learned something new – thanks for that. Though, if reading up about it, it’s happened once in 100+ years? And only then by appointment? And even he (Gorton) resigned and ran in the House.

  6. The Greens would never want to form government. They have no interest in implementing policy only acting as a formalised hissy fit and permanent protest movement for the fringe elements on the left and the great unwashed (literally).

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