Q7. During their term in office, do you think the Rudd Government has given too much support, not enough support or just about the right amount of support to the following –
|Given too much support||Given enough support||Not given enough support||Don’t know|
|The banks and other large financial institutions||43%||33%||5%||19%|
About half the respondents think that the Rudd Government has not given enough support to pensioners (57%), poor families (54%) and country Australia (46%). A sizable proportion think that too much support has been given to the banks and other large financial institutions (43%) and recent immigrants (41%). 47% think the Rudd Government has given enough support to working people and 42% think they have given enough support to unions.
Among Labor voters, 50% think the Government has not given enough support to pensioners and 54% think they have not given enough support to poor families. Comments »
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