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Should the government ban the use of 1080?

Results from Māori Party

Last answered 58 minutes ago

1080 Ban Poll Results for Māori Party

Yes

125 votes

58%

No

91 votes

42%

Distribution of answers submitted by Māori Party.

1 Yes answers
3 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about 1080 Ban

Sodium fluoroacetate, commonly referred to as 1080, is a biodegradable pesticide used by conservationists and livestock farmers for pest control. Although the use of 1080 in New Zealand was deemed "effective and safe" by the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment in a 2011 re-evaluation and is widely considered to be the most effective tool currently available for controlling possums over large areas, hunters and animal rights activists have raised concerns about security of potable water supplies in areas where 1080 is applied.  See recent 1080 Ban news

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