65%
Yes
35%
No
57%
Yes
15%
No
8%
Yes, and take an active stance to stop whaling all over the world
10%
No, take a diplomatic approach to discourage Japanese whaling
9%
No, just prevent Japanese whaling in Australian waters

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Other Popular Answers

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

 @92DPRNZanswered…2yrs2Y

I don't agree with whaling but we can't be telling other cultures what to do when we still let our native people kill endangered animals like sea turtles and dugongs... So no.

 @9HCXTZWanswered…7mos7MO

Not exactly, but prevent whaling in Australian waters, and take a diplomatic approach to discourage whaling.

 @98WZG7Lanswered…1yr1Y

Yes, when it violates our own waters, and we should work diplomatically with other nations to find alternatives to current natural and living resource depletion

 @934TWWManswered…2yrs2Y

Support more humane methods and a cap on the number based on observed populations and limit impacts on breeding Cycles

 @9326HZVanswered…2yrs2Y

Take an active stance specifically against commercial whaling. Traditional hunting practices are not equivalent to commercially hunting endangered species to near extinction

 @98YDX2Ranswered…1yr1Y

Yes, however, the "aggressiveness" shouldn't be taking military actions, or shooting the Japanese Whalers.