Livingstone Shire Council and Rockhampton Regional Council boundary review - Survey Results
The survey results and participation rates from the voluntary survey of Livingstone Shire Council and Rockhampton Regional Council electors are now available.
In June 2022, people on the electoral roll for the Livingstone Shire Council and Rockhampton Regional Council were offered the opportunity to participate in an elector survey.
Electors were asked:
“Do you support the proposed transfer of three (3) suburbs of Glendale, Glenlee and Rockyview from the Livingstone Shire Council to the Rockhampton Regional Council?”
Electors were able to choose a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ response. Participation was voluntary and the results are non-binding.
The Change Commission will be considering the level of participation in the public consultation process, the results and other supporting information in preparing the final determination report.
Out of 85,501 enrolled residents in both council areas, 32.2% participated in the voluntary survey. The graphs below display the participation rates by total enrolment and the relevant localities.
A total of 15,026 electors provided a ‘No’ response, which is 54.6% of respondents, and 12,493 electors provided a ‘Yes’ response, representing 45.4% of respondents. The graphs below display the overall ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ response rate, and by the relevant localities.
Responses by locality
The graphs below display the breakdown of ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ responses by the relevant localities.
The voluntary survey results and participation rates are also available in table format PDF (0.33 MB).