Hungry Beast finds 80% favour internet filter
80% of Australians are in favour of the proposed internet filter according to a survey commissioned by Hungry Beast.
80% of Australians are in favour of the Federal Government’s proposed mandatory internet filter according to a new nationwide telephone poll commissioned by Hungry Beast.
The ABC show returns tonight and tackles the subject of the proposed internet filter.
Last week McNair Ingenuity Research asked a range of questions about issues relating to the proposed internet filter to 1,000 people. All states, territories and demographics were represented in the survey.
But the Hungry Beast survey also found that 91% of Australians were in favour of making public the list of websites that would be blocked by the internet filter. This sees the overwhelming majority of the population opposed to the Government’s current plan to keep the list of blocked websites secret.
The ABC show returns tonight at 9pm with an interview with Senator Stephen Conroy.