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Tell us how you feel about the Fraser Coast economy in 2014

Holiday makers from Bundaberg and Rockhampton, cousins, Aleira MacCallum,7, Brooke Scanlan,14, Tegan Bonnett,11, Darcy MacCallum,2, Courtney Scanlon,8, Layla Bonnett-McCallum,4 at Wetside this week.  They are among increasing numbers of tourists helping the Fraser Coast economy.
Holiday makers from Bundaberg and Rockhampton, cousins, Aleira MacCallum,7, Brooke Scanlan,14, Tegan Bonnett,11, Darcy MacCallum,2, Courtney Scanlon,8, Layla Bonnett-McCallum,4 at Wetside this week. They are among increasing numbers of tourists helping the Fraser Coast economy. Robyne Cuerel

What do you think will happen to the Fraser Coast economy in 2014?

This poll ended on 05 January 2014.

Current Results

It will stay the same

22%

It will improve

32%

It will decline

45%

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

FACEOOK users took to the Chronicle page on Tuesday morning after being asked how they feel about business in the new year.

"The economy has all of the earmarks that 2014 should be a good one," commenter David Lightbody said.

Trevor Boulton said 2013 had been dominated by divisive politics and he believed 2014 could be about working on our own futures.

"With the help of people supporting small business, it can only help," Troy North commented.

Vote in our online poll to tell us you feel the economy will go in the new year and comment below to tell us why.  

Voting will close at 9am on Sunday.

Topics:  economy fraser coast opportunities



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