New research conducted by JWS Research finds more Australians support lifting the ban on the use of nuclear power than oppose it. The research included focus groups and a quantitative survey of 1500 Australians and found 40 per cent of Australians support lifting the ban on nuclear power in Australia.
Recent research commissioned by the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) found that rural and city people share the same values, yet two thirds of Australians feel like they have no connection to farmers or rural Australia. “It was acutely important to us, not just to act on gut feel or anecdotal information, but, using scientific research methods, to ask the Australian community for their perception of farming and agriculture,” NFF president Fiona Simson.
Results from a recent JWS Research survey show support has risen across the board for Australian mining, with opposition to the minerals industry falling to its lowest level in recent years. JWS Research has conducted multiple waves of benchmark and tracking research for the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA), with recent results showing that net favourability for mining has risen while opposition falls.
A poll of 1,500 Victorians by JWS Research, commissioned by the AirRail Melbourne consortium, found seven out of 10 people want the airport rail link to be an express service that gets from the city to Tullamarine in under 20 minutes.
Yesterday, Infrastructure Australia released the 2019 Australian Infrastructure Audit, a forward-looking view of Australia’s infrastructure challenges and opportunities, based in part on a national survey of 5,000 Australians conducted by JWS Research.
The results have been released from Victoria’s annual community satisfaction survey of more than 26,000 Victorians conducted by JWS Research for Local Government Victoria.