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139
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Ended
24-Jun-16

Do you trust the promises politicians have made to the sector during the election campaign?

Final Votes

Yes
5%
Maybe
11%
No
84%

Top Reasons

7 voted "Yes"

  • 3
    Labor keeps its promises
  • 1
    No evidence to suggest otherwise
  • 1
    Vote for politicians I trust and do as they promised

15 voted "Maybe"

  • 7
    The track record of the party and/or its leader matters
  • 3
    Not at all the Liberal government. And somewhat for others.
  • 2
    If the Greens yes, if the LNP & ALP then NO
  • 1
    Priorities change after elections

117 voted "No"

  • 62
    Theres no real accountability.
  • 58
    Past experience shows they can not be trusted
  • 51
    They will all do and say anything to keep their jobs
  • 31
    politicians manipulated - by very powerful,corrupt people
  • 29
    they would do anything to damage the other parties
  • 29
    They're playing vote winning games
  • 25
    They lie for a living.
  • 25
    Governmwnt is being abused by corrupt.politicoans
  • 21
    ..it seems many are simply unable to speak truthfully..
  • 20
    Election promises are just that. Reality sets in when in Gov
  • 19
    they are opportunistic and have no backbone.
  • 17
    LNP will destroy Medicare
  • 14
    Popularism outguns integrity every time.
  • 13
    All of the above
  • 8
    never trust someone using 3 word subliminal's to program U
  • 6
    They all lie to get the votes
  • 3
    being able to spell or spellcheck questionaire, essential
  • 2
    we are at lowest ebb of political integrity I can remember
  • 1
    LNP thinks NON-CORE promises dont matter
  • 1
    All of the below too. I think you've covered it pretty much.

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