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BCC Elections 2024

Schrinner on track for re-election in Brisbane City Council Lord Mayoral Race

LNP’s Schrinner on track for re-election, as Greens vote rises Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is on track to be re-elected in this weekend’s Brisbane City Council elections, according to new research from DemosAU. DemosAU surveyed 1034 BCC residents between March 8 and 14, and the responses were weighted to population demographic data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, with historic preference flows used to determine two candidate preferred projections. The results put Mr Schrinner’s primary vote at 46.7%, down

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Stage 3 Tax Cut Changes

One in two Australians back Stage 3 Tax Cut Changes

New Research Shows 51% of Australians Support Stage 3 Tax Cut Changes One in two Australians believe Prime Minister Anthony Albanese did the right thing by restructuring the Stage 3 Tax cuts, despite critics labelling it a broken promise. DemosAU surveyed 1154 Australians between February 1 and 13, in the wake of the government’s decision to restructure the tax cuts to provide a bigger cut to most workers, at the expense of those on higher incomes. The results, provided exclusively

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Woolworths brand

Australia Day Controversy Hurts Woolworths’ Brand

Woolworth’s Brand took a hit in January, but Most Australians Still Hold Positive Views of Major Supermarkets The controversy over Woolworths’ decision not to stock Australia Day merchandise had a negative effect on consumer attitudes to the supermarket’s brand, according to new research from DemosAU. DemosAU surveyed 2373 adult Australians on their attitudes towards Coles and Woolworths during January. The results showed consumers generally hold the two major supermarket chains in high esteem, with both brands scoring high net positive

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