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Poll on 500 days of LNP State Govt shows readers are unhappy

Health Minister Lawrence Springborg, Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney, Member for Maryborough Anne Maddern, Premier Campbell Newman, Member for Hervey Bay Ted Sorensen and Mayor Gerard O'Connell during the government ministers' two-day visit to the Fraser Coast.
Health Minister Lawrence Springborg, Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney, Member for Maryborough Anne Maddern, Premier Campbell Newman, Member for Hervey Bay Ted Sorensen and Mayor Gerard O'Connell during the government ministers' two-day visit to the Fraser Coast. Valerie Horton

UPDATE: With one day left to vote on the performance of LNP Government as it reaches 500 days in power, readers have overwhelmingly said they are not happy.

Of the 105 people who have so far voted on the performance of the LNP state government, 70%  said it has not done a good job for the Fraser Coast since taking power.

With 98 people having their say on how Ted Sorensen has performed so far this term, 76% have said he has not done a good job.

For Maryborough MP Anne Maddern, 83% of the 112 people who have voted so far said they did not believe she has done a good job in her first term.

Readers have until noon on Tuesday to vote in our online poll.  

The Chronicle will then publish the results in a special report in Wednesday's edition.

EARLIER: Wednesday will mark 500 days since the Liberal National Party took office in Queensland.

The Chronicle will be publishing a special report on the performance of our MP's so far this term, including issues such as job losses, hospital performance and flood recovery.

Readers have until noon on Tuesday to rate the performance of MPs Anne Maddern and Ted Sorensen in our online poll.

The results will be published as part of the special report in the Chronicle's Wednesday edition.

Do you think the LNP State Government has done a good job for the Fraser Coast?

This poll ended on 06 August 2013.

Yes - 24%

No - 75%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

 

 

Do you think Hervey Bay MP Ted Sorensen has done a good job since the 2012 election?

This poll ended on 06 August 2013.

Yes - 20%

No - 79%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Do you think Maryborough MP Anne Maddern has done a good job since since the 2012 election

This poll ended on 06 August 2013.

Yes - 18%

No - 81%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  anne maddern, queensland government, ted sorensen




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