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July 2014 poll finds LNP government least trusted

In a July 2014 ‘Essential’ poll of 1002 Austrlian respondents, 37 per cent considered the Queensland government to be “not very” or “not at all” trustworthy when asked to judge it on that quality, “from what you have read or heard about”.  But of the approximately 200 Queensland respondents, 51 per cent answered they did not trust the government, 28 per cent answered “not very”, 33 per cent found it “not at all” trustworthy.  Forty-four per cent found it to be either “very”, “quite” or “somewhat” worthy of trust.  And: Madonna King discusses implications of poll for the LNP (Brisbane Times 3 July 2014).

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