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Sunday, May 20, 2012


We may be a nation divided at the ballot box, but when it comes to our attitudes about alcohol, a recent poll has shown that regardless of voting intentions, a majority of Australians perceive alcohol as a problem in Australia.

Released today in Canberra by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) the nation-wide polling shows that a majority of Labor, Coalition and Greens voters support policies such as health warning labels and restrictions on alcohol advertising that would reduce alcohol-related harms.

The snapshot of community attitudes on alcohol by voting intentions is drawn from the 2012 Annual Alcohol Poll: Attitudes and Behaviours. Conducted by Galaxy Research, the poll explores community attitudes and behaviours relating to alcohol.
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