Which party, if any, do pharmacists think offers the best option for the profession? Here’s the results of our poll
All the polls and pundits are tipping a close federal election this coming weekend, and if the results from our reader poll are replicated at a national level, we’re set for a hung parliament.
No party recorded a majority of votes from the 579 respondents to our poll, revealing that pharmacists are just as divided as the rest of the nation appears to be.
As well as a very divided pharmacy electorate, more than one in ten respondents didn’t like any of the options provided – are they potential Clive Palmer voters? (We didn’t include his party in the poll, erroneously).
Here’s the results: