-of rezoning where we live to make way for higher density development
-trains, buses, schools, hospitals are all full-up
-loss of ‘our communities’, urban bushlands, and Our HERITAGE …
-a whole Cohort of Australians locked out of the housing market by the sheer numbers of overseas buyers and …
.competing with ‘black money’, and Proxy Buyers
.100% of ‘new homes’ marketed overseas particularly in China; across Asia
THE SMOKE AND MIRRORS OF THE 30,000 CUTBACK ON MIGRATION AS VISA/TEMPORARY MIGRATION SKYROCKETS …
-temporary Migrants/Visa holders fly in … buy our real estate and gain a ‘Permanent Resident Visa’
-2.2 MILLION Visa Holders in Australia at any point in time
.of which 1.6 Million are Visa workers
80% of NSW voters oppose more population
March 13, 2019 | 43 comments
While NSW’s politicians continue to fight a phoney war over Sydney’s ‘overdevelopment’, while ignoring entirely the mass immigration causing the said development, NSW voters have delivered another damning indictment.
Yesterday, a Newspoll survey revealed that 80% of voters in NSW do not want the state’s population to increase, with majority support across all three major political parties:
Of course, you can add this result to the conga-line of recent opinion polls calling for lower immigration, including:
- Australian Population Research Institute: 54% want lower immigration;
- Newspoll: 56% want lower immigration;
- Essential: 54% believe Australia’s population is growing too fast and 64% believe immigration is too high;
- Lowy: 54% of people think the total number of migrants coming to Australia each year is too high;
- Newspoll: 74% of voters support the Coalition Government’s cut of more than 10% to the annual permanent migrant intake to 163,000 last financial year;
- CIS: 65% in the highest income decile and 77% in the lowest believe that immigration should be cut or paused until critical infrastructure has caught up;
- ANU: Only three out of 10 Australians believe the nation needs more people.
With all three major political parties endorsing the mass immigration ‘Big Australia’ policy, never before have Australia’s politicians been so out of touch with the electorate.