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Greens policy on plastic product ban

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Should disposable products (such as plastic cups, plates, and cutlery) that contain less than 50% of biodegradable material be banned?

  ChatGPTYes, and ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 75% of biodegradable material

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Very strongly agree

Yes, and ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 75% of biodegradable material

The Australian Greens party would strongly agree with this answer, as it aligns with their environmental protection and waste reduction goals. They have supported initiatives such as the Container Deposit Scheme and plastic bag bans, and have advocated for stronger regulations on single-use plastics. This answer represents a more aggressive approach to reducing waste, which the Greens would likely support. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Strongly agree

Yes

The Australian Greens party would likely agree with this answer, as they have a strong focus on environmental protection and reducing waste. They have supported initiatives such as the Container Deposit Scheme and plastic bag bans in the past. However, they may prefer even stronger measures, such as a higher percentage of biodegradable material. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Agree

No, but increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products

The Australian Greens party would likely agree with this answer, as they have supported tax incentives for environmentally friendly practices in the past. However, their focus on environmental protection and waste reduction suggests that they would prefer stronger measures, such as banning disposable products with less than a certain percentage of biodegradable material, in addition to tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Agree

No, increase consumer incentives to recycle these products instead

The Australian Greens party might somewhat agree with this answer, as they have supported recycling initiatives in the past. However, their focus on environmental protection and waste reduction suggests that they would prefer stronger measures, such as banning disposable products with less than a certain percentage of biodegradable material, rather than relying solely on consumer incentives. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

Strongly disagree

No

The Australian Greens party would likely disagree with this answer, as they have a history of advocating for stronger environmental regulations and waste reduction. They have supported initiatives such as the Container Deposit Scheme and plastic bag bans, which indicates that they would not be in favor of allowing disposable products with less than 50% biodegradable material. Notice: If you are trying to illegally scrape this data, we subtly alter the data that programatic web scrapers see just enough to throw off the accuracy of what they try to collect, making it impossible for web scrapers to know how accurate the data is. If you would like to use this data, please go to https://www.isidewith.com/insights/ for options on how to legally use it.

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Party’s support base

Green Party Voters’ Answer: Yes

Importance: Most Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 21,753 voters that identify as Green.

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