re this article.. note the ending of the story.this survey result... I am unable to find.
if you have a copy of the result, i would like to see the figures.
In The Cairns Post's recent State of the Far North reader survey, more than half of the respondents said they supported the culling of flying foxes in populated areas.
About a quarter supported a "leave and let live" approach.
LOL ! see pics attached. and note how many ppl liked & commented. BIG survey.. NOT!
[ original survey page ]
The Cairns Post and cairns.com.au wants to know what you think. Today we launch the State of the Far North Survey, giving readers the chance to voice their opinions on issues affecting their quality of life.
Have your say on topics ranging from the economy and the environment to politics and personal safety.
One lucky respondent will win an iPad simply for sharing their views.
This is your chance to be heard.
We want to know your views on the region's economy, the quality of services and facilities, the protection of the environment or your satisfaction with life in the tropics.
The comprehensive questionnaire tackles issues affecting the region this year, from the alcohol management plans and the handling of crocodiles in urban areas to fluoride in drinking water and the quality of health care.
“These are matters affecting everyone in the Far North, which is one of Australia's most diverse and fascinating regions,” The Cairns Post's editor Neil Melloy said.
“This year, we have published several stories on all of the issues we are addressing in this survey.
“We want to know your opinions.'”
To have your say in The State of the Far North survey, check
An iPad will be awarded to the respondent whose name is drawn randomly.