Q. Politicians may be banned from campaigning in major shopping centres because the Shopping Centre Council claims that it causes too much disruption for shoppers. Do you agree or disagree with banning politicians from campaigning in shopping centres?
More than half (57%) of those surveyed agree with banning politicians from campaigning in shopping centres, 28% disagree and 15% don’t know.
Coalition voters were more likely than Labor voters to agree with banning politicians from campaigning in shopping centres (60% v 55%).
Results were reasonably consistent across age groups; however people in the 45 – 54 age group were slightly more likely to agree (60%).
People in South Australia were more likely than those living in other states to agree with banning politicians from campaigning in shopping centres (71%). Comments »
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- Performance of Scott Morrison
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- Preferred Prime Minister
- Views towards re-electing the federal Coalition government
- Party trust to handle issues
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- Scott Morrison’s impact on Australia’s international reputation
- Views towards Australia’s international reputation