Community pulse 2018: Queensland results



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In July, CEDA released the results from the Community pulse 2018 poll for Queensland.
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Read media release: CEDA national poll: Queenslanders rank regional development as more important; are less satisfied at work 


CEDA has released the Queensland results from Community pulse 2018: the economic disconnect - polling exploring Australians’ attitudes to work, education, health, community and the economy.

Strong government support for regional development is more important to Queenslanders compared to other states, while Queenslanders are less likely to feel like they have gained from economic growth and are less satisfied with work.

Overall Queensland respondents were more likely to feel like they have not gained, or don’t know if they have gained from Australia’s record run of economic growth compared to national results (59 per cent compared to 55 per cent nationally). 

The top personal issues in Queensland, in addition to regional development, aligned nationally with reliable, low cost basic health services; reliable, low cost essential services; access to stable and affordable housing; affordable, high quality chronic disease services; and reduced violence in homes and communities, rating as of high importance.

On the national issues of greatest importance, Queenslanders were in line with the national results placing greatest importance on high quality and accessible public hospitals; strong regulation to limit foreign ownership of Australian land/assets; increased pension payments; high quality and choice of aged care services; and high quality and accessible public schools.

Release event highlights

These results were released in Brisbane on 20 July 2018. Read discussion highlights here.

Community pulse 2018: the economic disconnect 

CEDA released the national results for the poll in Community pulse 2018: the economic disconnect on 25 June 2018 in Canberra. Read the national report, and explore related content, here.  CEDA will also host events in AdelaidePerth and Sydney where we will release state-specific data. State results for Victoria were released on 3 July 2018. 

Explore report data: Community pulse interactives

Explore our series of interactives released to coincide with the launch of CEDA's report, Community pulse 2018: the economic disconnect. Discover key insights and share your opinion
on Australia's record economic growth and the benefits to everyday Australians. 

 

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