Whether you live on the land or in town, rural and regional voters have very different issues on their minds when it comes to considering who to vote for.
And when you have to fight for everything, like the rural communities of Australia do, who you vote for can be very important.
The Voter Choice Project would really like to capture the diversity of all the things on the minds of rural voters, to understand how they get to their vote decision. Whether you’re a loyal party supporter or not, whether you’re in a safe seat or not, your views on what matters and what you think about during elections are important to us.
We’ve worked hard to make sure you can say anything you want, and as much as you want, throughout the surveys, because know what is important to you may be unique and complex. Haven’t got much to say? The surveys should be short and sweet.
In Braddon or Mayo?