Q. Should the Federal Government pay compensation to cattle farmers who are financially affected by the suspension of live cattle exports to Indonesia?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens|
|Should pay compensation||61%||57%||68%||55%|
|Should not pay compensation||21%||26%||17%||23%|
61% believe that the Federal Government should pay compensation to cattle farmers who are financially affected by the decision and 21% think they should not be compensated. Compensation is favoured by a majority of all voter and demographic groups.
Those most likely to support compensation were Liberal/National voters (68%) and those aged 55+ (66%).
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