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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 04:55 am
An Ipsos-Mackay survey turns up some brilliant numbers:
The survey shows that 60 per cent of Australians think the issue of climate change will play an important part in how they vote at the next election.
While 24 per cent believed the Greens would be the best party federally to handle global warming, they were closely followed by the Coalition on 23 per cent.
Remarkably, Labor trailed both parties, on 19 per cent.
Scope those figures again: on the issue of gloybal worming, the Greens have a mere one-percent break on John Howard’s Kyoto-shunning nuke-boosters, with Labor (lately running hard on warmening) dragging way behind. Too good to believe, I know, but still giggle-worthy.
UPDATE. Labor’s primary vote is down to 37%.