Poll: Was the NBN implementation study worth the $25 million spent on it?
- 10 May, 2010 11:03
On 6 May 2010, Senator Stephen Conroy released the results of the NBN implementation study. The 500-page report is rife with charts and graphs, as well as a number of controversial recommendations. The NBN implementation study has everyone talking about it, however, the question still remains: Was it worth the $25 million spent?
Here are the results of last week’s poll in answer to the question: Do you think the Federal Government is doing enough to communicate with the public?
Yes, I'm getting all of the information I need. 12%
No, the Government needs more social media tools. 43%
No, I'd prefer the Government use more traditional mediums to communicate. 25%
I don't really care. 20%
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