Reviews of Family Law will cost Labor votes

Sue Price, Men's Rights Agency

A recent national survey of the voting intentions of nearly 500 people has  revealed the reviews undertaken by the federal Government of Family Law and the  impact these reviews are likely to have on shared parenting will cost Labor  votes. The survey asked: Will the roll-back of shared parenting affect your vote? Nearly two-thirds (64%) […]


Men's Rights Agency

Australian parents concerned by the threatened Government roll back to shared parenting improvements will not vote for Labor this time around, a survey has found.
Despite 66 percent voting for Labor in 2007, now 92 percent definitely will not or are highly unlikely to vote for Labor in 2010.