Victorians give their views on the next state government – whether that is an alp or l-np government – roy morgan research electricity water analogy

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Roy Morgan asked Victorian electors – two questions: “What, if anything, would concern you about a re-elected ALP Government under Premier Daniel Andrews” and “What, if anything, would concern you about a potential Liberal-National Government led by Matthew Guy?” The questions were asked in reverse order depending upon who the electors are supporting.

ALP supporters also mentioned the handling of the dispute between the Country Fire Authority (CFA) and Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) and the closeness of the Andrew Government to unions including the United Firefighters Union (UFU). static electricity online games There were also concerns expressed about the Government’s commitment to rural infrastructure, increasing crime and the recently revealed deal with China.

• L-NP supporters were concerned about the ALP Government’s out of control and wasteful spending and the increasing debt while other issues mentioned included lack of trust in politicians, their broken promises and corruption, the close connections between the Andrews Government and the unions and being soft on crime and issues with law and order and gangs.

• L-NP supporter concerns about Liberal Leader Matthew Guy leading a Liberal-National Government encompassed his low profile and lack of experience as well as his apparent lack of vision and whether he is up to the job. gas and supply locations Many L-NP supporters also mentioned the issue of trust and whether the Liberals could be trusted to follow through on the promises they were making as well as concern about potential cuts to health, education and other services.

• ALP supporters were concerned about Matthew Guy’s lack of experience of as a leader and what do we really know about him, and his policies as well as Guy’s past job as Planning Minister in the Napthine Government. electricity and magnetism review game Guy’s role as Planning Minister also brought in concerns about corruption and closeness to big business and property developers. electricity dance moms Also criticised was the attitude of the Liberal Party to climate change and renewable energy.

• Greens supporters were concerned about a Liberal Government’s issues of dishonesty, lack of trust and breaking promises, the closeness of Liberal Leader Matthew Guy to big business and concerns about their environmental and climate change policies as well as worries about their behaviour, trustworthiness, religiousity and the impact of their religious convictions on social policies.

“Roy Morgan’s in-depth qualitative research into the concerns electors have about the next Government of Victoria show there are some concerns that transgress political boundaries – such as concerns about trust and honesty in politics – and some issues that break down more conventional party lines such as health & education and economic management & spending.

“Electors are naturally more cynical about the party they aren’t voting for although as outlined above there are ALP supporters that question the role of unions in a re-elected ALP Government under Premier Daniel Andrews and Liberal supporters concerned about the influence of big business on a potential Liberal-National Government under Liberal Party Leader Matthew Guy.

“As I outlined on Sky News Conroy & Kroger last week when discussing the result of this week’s Victorian Election there is a large proportion of the Victorian electorate disillusioned with both of the major parties and as many as 40% of Victorian electors indicated they would be prepared to vote for the Greens or another minor party at this year’s election.

“Although Victorian electors have plenty of questions surrounding the conduct of the Andrews Government on a number of issues, including a perception from many of excessive spending and their closeness to the unions, the strong performance of the Victorian economy this year is likely to prove decisive in re-electing Premier Daniel Andrews to another term.

ALP supporter concerns about a re-elected ALP Government under Premier Daniel Andrews included excessive spending and debt, the ties the Government has with the unions and in particular the UFU (United Firefighters Union) in relation to the dispute with the CFA, emphasis on rural infrastructure, increasing crime and the recently revealed deal with China although the majority of ALP supporters professed no concerns about a re-elected Andrews Government.

The most prominent issue repeatedly mentioned by L-NP supporters as a concern surrounding a re-elected ALP Government under Premier Daniel Andrews relates to too much spending and increasing debt, while other issues mentioned included lack of trust in politicians, their broken promises and corruption, the close connections between the Andrews Government and the unions and being soft on crime and issues with law and order and gangs.

ALP supporter concerns about the election of a Liberal-National Government led by Matthew Guy brought up the lack of experience of Matthew Guy as a leader and what do we really know about him, and his policies as well as Guy’s past job as Planning Minister in the Napthine Government. electricity production by state Also criticised was the attitude of the Liberal Party to climate change and renewable energy.

Greens supporters had significant concerns about a potential Liberal-National Government led by Matthew Guy with issues of dishonesty, lack of trust and breaking promises, the closeness of Matthew Guy and the Liberals to big business and concerns about their environmental and climate change policies as well as worries about their behaviour and social policies.