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Are you?
Female
45%
1001
Male
55%
1216
Other
0%
5
2222 Responses from 2224 Respondents
How old are you?
Under 45
0%
8
46-49
0%
7
50-54
1%
27
55-59
5%
108
60-64
15%
328
65-69
35%
789
70-74
26%
581
75-79
12%
273
80-84
3%
75
85 or older
1%
28
2224 Responses
What is your main form of income?
Full Age Pension
22%
489
Part-Age Pension
30%
671
Fully self-funded
26%
570
Unemployed (Newstart)
1%
29
Full-time employment
6%
144
Part-time/casual employment
6%
139
Dependent
2%
36
Other Pension/payment
5%
114
Other
1%
31
Self-employed
0%
2
Disability Support Pension
0%
1
Allocated pension.
0%
1
Working full time
0%
1
farming cattle
0%
1
Nil income
0%
1
Husband's wage.
0%
1
Investments
0%
1
WIFE WORKS
0%
1
Part time and part dva pension
0%
1
Out of work
0%
1
Defence Force Retirement & Death Benefit
0%
1
Unemployed no newstart
0%
1
part time work, and part pension
0%
1
self funded retiree
0%
1
carer
0%
1
Not claiming newstart as would get demerit each time
0%
1
Self employed.
0%
1
Partner working
0%
1
I’m waiting for part pension payment to be processed.
0%
1
Receive carer payment and self funded retiree
0%
1
Own business
0%
1
os
0%
1
savings
0%
1
Not in workforce or getting any benefits
0%
1
Retired but husband working
0%
1
Unemployed
0%
1
CSS Pension
0%
1
Student
0%
1
2223 Responses from 2224 Respondents
What is your living situation?
I fully own my own home
77%
1710
I live in my own home but am still paying off my mortgage
11%
247
Renting
7%
153
Retirement village/aged care facility
3%
59
Public housing
1%
12
Other
2%
42
Caravan
0%
2
Live rent free in partners fully owned home
0%
1
live in partners home which was at one time shared expenses but he is in a nursing home
0%
1
Living with son
0%
1
Granny Flat
0%
1
Under Tarps
0%
1
Live with daughter and family
0%
1
I live in a granny flat attached to my daughter's house
0%
1
Social/Community Housing
0%
1
Mobile home village, paying site fees, receiving rent assistance
0%
1
free housing
0%
1
Over 50 park own home rent property
0%
1
Living with elderly parent
0%
1
live in a home owned by our son
0%
1
Own with husband
0%
1
Living rent free with daughter
0%
1
Travel in caravan.
0%
1
life use of familt home must pay all bills
0%
1
moving around
0%
1
I own half a home, tenant in common
0%
1
Living with elderly parent in their house
0%
1
Granny Flat at daughter's property
0%
1
Repay mortgage
0%
1
share iwnershio with family member
0%
1
living with daughter
0%
1
sons unit
0%
1
Single cab Ute trayback selfcontained & com4table 2 my level
0%
1
House-sitting
0%
1
Live in our own caravan , paying caravan fee
0%
1
House Sitting at the moment
0%
1
Farm owned by wife
0%
1
Live in family home after my.mum passed away.
0%
1
Own home in Retirement Village but pay site fees
0%
1
Motorhome
0%
1
part own home
0%
1
2223 Responses from 2224 Respondents
Do you think a $300 p/f boost to Newstart is fair?
Yes
47%
1043
No
24%
524
Unsure
30%
657
2224 Responses
Is an $11 p/f boost to the Age Pension enough to reduce the poverty gap?
Yes
6%
143
No
84%
1864
Unsure
10%
217
2224 Responses
If not, how much should it be? (per fortnight)
$1-$11
3%
57
$12-$20
3%
73
$21-$30
14%
304
$31-$50
12%
265
$51-$75
18%
406
$76-$100
14%
303
$101-$150
18%
406
$151-$200
13%
292
In my opinion, there is no pension poverty gap
5%
118
2224 Responses
Should Rent Assistance receive a boost?
Yes
61%
1357
No
16%
351
Unsure
23%
516
2224 Responses
Which group most needs their payment increased?
Newstart recipients
26%
578
Age pensioners
51%
1145
Renters
7%
155
Disability pensioners
8%
176
Carers
6%
125
Other
2%
45
None
0%
6
Self funded retirees
0%
3
All of the above
0%
2
all
0%
2
All of them
0%
2
All Pensioners, carers and Nlnew start recipients
0%
1
self funded super-annuants
0%
1
Newstart recipients that don’t live at home
0%
1
sickness benefit
0%
1
Retirees
0%
1
It is patently unfair for any one group to have a rise without the other S. Might as well blow the deficit enormously if it is going to happen at all
0%
1
Self funded retirees get no help from the government for increased living costs
0%
1
Probably all
0%
1
all retirees - it needs to be universal
0%
1
I as a selfunded retiree, who worked to 71:5 yrs have to live on 23 000 per year, which is less than Centrelink pension and receive no concessions thanks to Mr Morrison ‘s cruel asset test for single people.
0%
1
They all need increasing
0%
1
Both Renters and Age Pensioners. The other categories are often capable of some form of work to supplement payments. Their is too many in the other categories abusing the system........
0%
1
do not know but do not agree with any of the above statements
0%
1
All of the above.
0%
1
self funded retirees as done in New Zealand where everyone over 65 gets pension
0%
1
They all need it
0%
1
Everyone needs an increase
0%
1
All should get an increase
0%
1
There should be a univesal pension supplimented by welfare payments
0%
1
self funded retirees should receive Govt discounts and concessions. we have made sacrifices to support ourselves and are contributing still to support others.
0%
1
None of these groups most needs a payment increase. They ALL need a payment increase.
0%
1
Full time workers who slog it out to fund welfare recipients
0%
1
Students and Apprentices. they will pay taxes for us later on
0%
1
Noone
0%
1
All should be increased - no discrimination
0%
1
Homeless women
0%
1
What about all we people who have worked hard and saved their money (whilst still paying tax to support many others you have been frivolous, spent all their money so they could get the pension) Why are we penalised for our hard work and care
0%
1
2224 Responses
Should the family home be included in the assets test?
Yes
15%
329
No
81%
1792
Unsure
5%
103
2224 Responses
If the family home was to be included in the assets test, at what amount should the threshold be set?
$1,000,001-$2,000,000
29%
638
$2,000,001-$2,500,000
14%
303
$2,500,001-$3,000,000
6%
128
More than $3,000,001
5%
113
I don't think the family home should be included in the assets test
47%
1040
2222 Responses from 2224 Respondents
Who do you think should foot the bill for Centrelink payment increases?
taxpayers
6%
143
it should come at the expense of other Centrelink payments
3%
69
a crackdown on corporate tax evaders
57%
1269
higher taxes on the wealthy
7%
151
reduction in politicians’ pay and pension plans
27%
592
2224 Responses
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