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The alternatitives of Live Animal Exportation (Neutral survey)

This survey is in regards to the alternatitives as to whether Australia should ban live animal exportation to Middle Eastern countries. The questions below are neutral, as oppose to my other survey- 'Should Live Animal Exportation be banned by Australia? All of the questions do require answers (most of them are multiple choice.) A WARNING: Depending on the individual who completes this survey, the confronting figures and facts below may be upsetting and distressing. REMEMBER if you are interested in helping take action, follow these great websites: www.animalsaustralia.org and www.banliveexport.com.au
Select gender.
Male
Female
Select age.
10-15 years
15-30 years
30-50 years
+50 years
On an overall view, what do you know about live animal exportation in Australia?
I have a solid idea of what live animal exportation is in Australia.
I have a reasonable understanding of what live animal exportation is in Australia.
I have a vague understanding of what live animal exportation is in Australia.
I have absolutely no idea what live animal exportation is in Australia.
Are you aware of the treatment the animals endure from transportation and before they are killed?
Yes. I am aware of the unethical treatment of Australian exported animals.
I have some knowledge of the unethical treatment of Australian exported animals.
I know minor details of the unethical treatment of Australian exported animals.
I know minor details of the unethical treatment of Australian exported animals.
Do you believe opening up more abattoirs (slaughter houses) in Australia would benefit the economy?
Yes. I do believe opening up more abattoirs would benefit the economy.
No. I do not believe opening up more abattoirs would benefit the economy.
I am unsure whether opening up more abattoirs would benefit the economy.
If yes, why so? -More than one option is allowed-
More jobs would be avaliable for the Australian people.
The economy would benefit because creating more jobs means more income for Australian families.
The animals themselves would not endure the torment before their deaths, whereas if they were to be transported alive they would suffer.
By following these methods, Australia would represent a compassionate reputation for the ethical treatment of animals.
I am unsure of all the alternatives listed above.
What do you believe are other alternatives instead of the exporting of live animals to Middle Eastern countries? -More than one option is allowed-
If Australia implemented more abattoirs, the animals could be killed here humanly, by stunning them asleep as oppose to brutually killing them.
If the animals were killed humanly in Australia in our abattoirs than they would not die of a distressing and prolonged death.
If the animals were killed in Australia than the cost of transporting our meat to Middle eastern countries would be cheaper and because it is frozen the shelf life would be longer.
If more abattoirs opened in Australia and the animals were killed here, the farmers who live in the rurual areas would keep their jobs and even more employment would be offered to those who are interested in this field of area.
I am unsure of all the alternatives listed above.
Do you believe live animal exportation should be banned by Australia?
Yes. I do believe Australia must ban live animal exportation to Middle Eastern countries!
No. I do not believe Australia should ban live animal exportation to Middle Eastern countries.
I am unsure whether Australia should ban live animal exportation to Middle Eastern countries.
Do you believe an immediate ban on live animal exportation would benefit the animals and Australia overall?
Yes. I do believe an immediate ban would benefit the animals and Australia.
No. I do not believe an immediate ban would benefit the animals and Australia.
I am unsure whether an immediate ban would benefit the animals and Australia.
This survey was very brief. However, did it help you gain a better understanding of the alternatitives of live animal exportation?
Yes. The survey had a sufficient amount of information which assisted me in gaining more of an insight to the alternatives of live animal exportation.
Elements of the survey did assist me in gaining more of an insight to the alternatitives of live animal exportation.
No. This survey did not have sufficient information and did not assist me in gaining an insight to the alternatitives of live animal exportation.
This poll was created on 2011-09-12 04:08:11 by BAN LIVE EXPORT