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Community forum 'screening'

Posted by: 6PR | 16 July, 2012 - 5:10 PM
Jenny believes she was 'screened' because of her political preference.

6PR listener Jenny told Howard Sattler she received a phone call from a marketing company inviting her to attend the Prime Minister's community forum in Perth, however, the telephone operator discontinued the phone call after she admitted to being a member of the Liberal Party.

Blog comments Your Say

  • I am sure that there was was 'screening' of voters last night. Not one hard question on the BIG CARBON TAX LIE, nothing on dismantling of the Pacific Solution and the failure to protect our borders, nothing on corrupt Unions and Craig Thomson. Softly, softly questions like "what's it like being PM", just make me even more convinced that Jenny wasn't the only Liberal voter who didn't get an invitation. Who are this marketing company anyway? I think it warrants some further investigation. I have asked Skynews this question, so far without reply.

    Susan Tuesday 17 July, 2012 - 4:33 PM
  • "Randomly selected" audience? I watched and waited for the hard questions but none were forthcoming. If Skynews, who are partly responsible for this forum, think that 'What's it like to be PM?' is a hard question they must think the rest of us are stupid! Not one person asked the PM why she lied and said there would be NO CARBON TAX UNDER THE GOVERNMENT I LEAD? Not one person asked why this Government dismantled the Pacific Solution resulting in the complete collapse of Border Protection in Australia. Not one about the Craig Thomson debacle. These questions are why Labor is 'almost under the bus' in the Polls across Australia! Out of 220 people, you would think one person would surely have fired up on any one of these issues. Instead we had a total fizzer and, I for one, would like to know who this 'marketing company' really are and who actually commissioned them??

    Susan Tuesday 17 July, 2012 - 7:50 AM

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