citizenship

Australian Michael Smith does some straight talking about border protection

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Australian Michael Smith gets to the heart of Australian border protection and addresses the key issues which have nothing to do with religion, race, gender or sexual orientation. His approach is practical and?common?sense. When you strip away all the background noise about religion, race, gender and sexual orientation and just look at cause and effect it is pretty obvious that what he is saying has the ring of truth.

Australia doesn’t execute people for not being like us. Islam does.

…We couldn’t give a rat’s about other people’s religion as long as they don’t want to hurt us.

And we don’t decide who’s in or kept out of our country on race, gender, sexual orientation or how they say their prayers.

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Question four: Should immigrants who have not gained citizenship be required to leave New Zealand?

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My motivation for creating a survey on immigration was to get an accurate snapshot of what a ?Conservative/ Libertarian voter ?thinks about immigration in New Zealand. I wanted this snap shot ?primarily for David Seymour ?as he commented that the small changes Act had proposed for immigration did not gain any support from this blog and resulted in a lot of negativity from the media.

Winston Peters of course has always been vocal about immigration, I hope this survey gives him some insight on what our real concerns about immigration are. Are we anti-immigration? Or do we think immigration is a good thing?

John Key likes to implement policies that will be popular with voters so he too should find this survey useful.I think he will be surprised at what it shows.

Due to our large audience we easily surveyed over one thousand voters in less than a day. This survey is not of the general population but of a specific conservative/libertarian audience. I gave two yes options and two no options for every ?question.

Here are the results for question four:?Should immigrants who have not gained citizenship be required to leave New Zealand?

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Question three: Should assimilation be required for citizenship, like Switzerland’s immigration policy?

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My motivation for creating a survey on immigration was to get an accurate snapshot of what a ?Conservative/ Libertarian voter ?thinks about immigration in New Zealand. I wanted this snap shot ?primarily for David Seymour ?as he commented that the small changes Act had proposed for immigration did not gain any support from this blog and resulted in a lot of negativity from the media.

Winston Peters of course has always been vocal about immigration, I hope this survey gives him some insight on what our real concerns about immigration are. Are we anti-immigration? Or do we think immigration is a good thing?

John Key likes to implement policies that will be popular with voters so he too should find this survey useful.I think he will be surprised at what it shows.

Due to our large audience we easily surveyed over one thousand voters in less than a day. This survey is not of the general population but of a specific conservative/libertarian audience. I gave two yes options and two no options for every ?question.

Here are the results for question three: Should assimilation be required for citizenship like Switzerland’s immigration policy?

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Question two: Do you think the right to vote should be linked to citizenship?

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My motivation for creating a survey on immigration was to get an accurate snapshot of what a ?Conservative/ Libertarian voter ?thinks about immigration in New Zealand. I wanted this snap shot ?primarily for David Seymour ?as he commented that the small changes Act had proposed for immigration did not gain any support from this blog and resulted in a lot of negativity from the media.

Winston Peters of course has always been vocal about immigration, I hope this survey gives him some insight on what our real concerns about immigration are. Are we anti-immigration? Or do we think immigration is a good thing?

John Key likes to implement policies that will be popular with voters so he too should find this survey useful. I think he will be surprised at what it shows.

Due to our large audience we easily surveyed over one thousand voters in less than a day. This survey is not of the general population but of a specific conservative/libertarian audience. I gave two yes options and two no options for every ?question.

Here are the results for question two: Do you think the right to vote should be linked to citizenship?

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What a day to become a New Zealander

 

Jeff Montgomery, a spokesman for the Department of Internal Affairs, said choosing to be a Kiwi was a big decision, especially if an individual had to give up their original citizenship or links to another country. Read more »

[POLL] Which party won’t let foreigners buy land, will let them become MPs?

Vote first, answer over the break

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