Polling Research: Boothby

uComms conducted a survey of 901 residents in the federal seat of Boothby on behalf of The Australia Institute during the evening of 7 September 2022 using self-completed automated voice polling methodologies.

Key Results:

  • A majority of voters in the seat of Boothby (53.5%) believe that Australia has some responsibility for the pollution from Australian gas and coal burnt overseas than those who believe Australia has no responsibility (40.5%, with 6% unsure).
  • More voters in the seat of Boothby (38.6%) believe the Government should ban new gas and coal projects from going ahead than otherwise (34.8%, 26.5% undecided).
  • A majority of voters in the seat of Boothby (58%) want world leaders to agree to stop new coal mines at the next UN climate meeting (26.3% want world leaders to allow new coal mines to continue, 15.8% undecided)

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