55%
Yes
45%
No
52%
Yes
30%
No
3%
Yes, but only if China agrees to float the yuan and end its currency manipulation
8%
No, not until China meets strict humanitarian and animal rights standards
6%
No, and we should do more to prevent the outsourcing of Australian jobs

Historical Results

See how support for each position on “Free Trade” has changed over time for 349k Australia voters.

Loading data...

Loading chart... 

Historical Importance

See how importance of “Free Trade” has changed over time for 349k Australia voters.

Loading data...

Loading chart... 

Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from Australia users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @4ZHZGV4from New South Wales answered…3yrs3Y

How about a free trade agreement with other third world countries instead of continually feeding the monster in China. China pouring so much throw away trash into this country and Australia's are frittering their hard earned dollars on rubbish that turns into landfill. I want to see other countries from the third world given more opportunities to do trade with Australia.

 @4XXZQTVfrom South Australia answered…3yrs3Y

How can you (not) support something that you are not allowed to know all the details of?

 @9L9RKM9answered…2wks2W

I don’t believe that China would ever agree and adhere to a true free-trade agreement with Australia

 @9KHBPKFanswered…1mo1MO

as long as both countries are benefiting equally and Australia isn't taking advantage of chinas market.

Other Popular Questions

Explore other topics that are important to Australia voters.