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  1. Garth Luke
    Garth Luke November 24, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    Thank you Terence. As well as looking at the odds of different groups opposing the cuts, have you noticed any differences in results based on how the questions are framed, whether they are part of an omnibus or aid specific survey or whether information about the impacts of aid is provided to respondents?

  2. Elizabeth Morgan
    Elizabeth Morgan November 24, 2015 at 9:28 am

    Great analysis Terence. Thank you for undertaking this deeper analysis and explanation. This data helps those of us who try to engage in deeper conversations using deeper information within our networks, colleagues and families. Look forward to seeing more short articles using data and analysis of our current economic state and options and what that means for assertions about why we need to cut aid when it is such a tiny portion of our expenditure as a nation. Makes one wonder what would happen if we used a well informed study approach similar to that done by EPAC on attitudes to tax in the early 90s. You may be familiar with the study – I think Glen Withers led that work.

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