Guardian Essential poll also finds 43% are against keeping asylum seekers on Nauru indefinitely

Australian voters are evenly divided on whether asylum seeker and refugee families on Nauru should be brought to Australia, the latest Guardian Essential poll has found. But a majority of people oppose keeping Australia’s offshore detention scheme policy in place indefinitely.

The poll found 40% of respondents supported transferring families and children from Nauru to Australia, while 39% opposed the idea.

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