Polls show Hanson is the most in touch parliamentarian, yet again

Pauline Hanson is the only parliamentarian with the courage to stand up for the majority of Australians and their beliefs. This was further evidenced by her appearance on the controversial ‘A Current Affair’ show on Monday 6th April 1998.

Last night her courage and determination was rewarded for it is obvious Pauline Hanson is yet again clearly representative of the views of the vast majority of Australians.

On 26th December 1997 Pauline Hanson’s One Nation revealed their policy for a referendum on the death penalty for heinous crimes, to be held state by state. This was the subject of national media for the following week.

Last night ‘A Current Affair’ revealed the results of a phone poll of over 120,000 callers showed a massive 96.8% of people are in favour of the death penalty for certain serious crimes.

On 10th January 1998 Pauline Hanson announced One Nation Queensland State Law and Order/Crime and Punishment policy - this included truth in sentencing, 10 years to mean 10 years and life to mean life.

Last night ‘A Current Affair’ revealed 98.7% of over 95,000 callers wanted to see truth in sentencing.

Pauline Hanson has on many occasions made it clear it was One Nation’s policy to stop immigration.

Last week a poll in Melbourne’s Herald Sun revealed 96.2% of people want to stop immigration.

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation continues to be the only true voice of the people. It is only through Pauline Hanson’s One Nation the majority will once again reclaim their rightful level of Parliamentary representation.

It is only Pauline Hanson’s One Nation that is in touch with the views of the vast majority of Australians. It is only Pauline Hanson’s One Nation that will implement the policies necessary to address the real issues of concern within the community.

The day of the ballot box is coming.

Statement issued by Pauline Hanson MP, member for Oxley

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