The Australian Greens, commonly known as The Greens, are a centre-left, green political party in Australia. As of the…
ChatGPTYes, but only after living in the country for 5 years
Greens answer is based on the following data:
Yes, but only after living in the country for 5 years
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Updated 19hrs ago
Green Party Voters’ Answer: Yes
Importance: Less Important
Reference: Analysis of answers from 23,424 voters that identify as Green.
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