Current Polls

Will George the Farmer outsell Bob the Builder this year?




Previous Polls

Should all banks adopt drought foreclosure freezes?

Yes
(82.3%)

No
(17.7%)

Total Votes: 322
Poll Date: 15 December, 2014
Is the government's drought package going to fix the problem?

Yes
(5.5%)

No
(94.5%)

Total Votes: 164
Poll Date: 08 December, 2014
Is the lack of processor diversity hurting the meat industry?

Yes
(83.9%)

No
(16.1%)

Total Votes: 124
Poll Date: 01 December, 2014
Has the government dropped the ball on internet biosecurity?

Yes
(73.7%)

No
(26.3%)

Total Votes: 76
Poll Date: 24 November, 2014
Is our ag export strategy on track?

YES
(41.2%)

NO
(58.8%)

Total Votes: 153
Poll Date: 17 November, 2014
Can farmers feed 9 billion people by 2050?

Yes
(26.6%)

No
(36.7%)

Only if we adapt
(36.7%)

Total Votes: 158
Poll Date: 10 November, 2014
What role should producers play in reducing carbon emissions?

Small - not urgent yet
(44.8%)

Average - whatever's required
(29.7%)

Huge - starting yesterday
(25.5%)

Total Votes: 165
Poll Date: 03 November, 2014
Did the live ex ban help or harm Australia long-term?

Harm - industry crippled
(66.4%)

Help - ESCAS a good result
(33.6%)

Total Votes: 318
Poll Date: 28 October, 2014
Is Barnaby an agricultural visionary?

Bravo, great job Barney
(25.6%)

More action needed on ideas
(27.1%)

Nope, just another pollie
(47.3%)

Total Votes: 547
Poll Date: 20 October, 2014

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COMMENTS

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Doesn't matter who owns it. What matters is whether it is being managed productively and
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Yes poor old Phelps must hate them. A bitter defeat for his mob with the Baxter/Marsh outcome.
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If true, this is another back-flip by the coalition. I don't blame GrainCorp for seeking
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