Voice support slips as new data suggests every state except Tasmania would vote ‘No’ | Englishheadline


Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says the new data suggesting every state in Australia except Tasmania would vote ‘No’ for a Voice shows people are becoming less convinced the more they hear about the referendum.

Mr Canavan’s remarks follow the most recent Resolve Political Monitor survey which showed 43 per cent of voters support the Voice to Parliament referendum, down 20 per cent from a year ago.

“I think what this demonstrates along with most of the other polling is that the more people find out about the Voice, the less they convinced they are about it,” Mr Canavan told Englishheadline Australia.

“The whole question has divided the whole country; the Voice itself would divide the country; it would create a whole different level of entitlement to a certain section of Australian people.

“I think our constitution should unite our country, we’re very lucky that we have the 10th oldest constitution in the world.”

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