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The results of an investigation showed that Australians would skip the ship to nearby New Zealand if they had to leave the country (Bay of Plenty on the North Island in the photo)

Australians asked which country they would move to if they could no longer be overwhelmingly live on Down Under – and it is VERY close to home

  • Most Australians believe that they live in the best country and do not want to leave
  • But when they were forced to leave, many people chose to go to New Zealand
  • The results of the survey showed that 28 percent of Australians chose the country close to home
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Although many Australians believe they live in the best country in the world, when asked to jump, most people chose somewhere close to home.

Most Australians have chosen New Zealand as the place where they would prefer to live.

In the ABC & # 39; s Australia Talks National Survey28 percent of Australians chose the country fairly close to home, with Canada in second place.

The results of an investigation showed that Australians would skip the ship to nearby New Zealand if they had to leave the country (Bay of Plenty on the North Island in the photo)

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The results of an investigation showed that Australians would skip the ship to nearby New Zealand if they had to leave the country (Bay of Plenty on the North Island in the photo)

At least 28 percent of Australians would choose to go to New Zealand as the place they would prefer to live (all blacks depicted on Haka)

At least 28 percent of Australians would choose to go to New Zealand as the place they would prefer to live (all blacks depicted on Haka)

At least 28 percent of Australians would choose to go to New Zealand as the place they would prefer to live (all blacks depicted on Haka)

The majority of the English-speaking Anglo-Saxon population surveyed opted for countries with a predominantly English-speaking population.

But New Zealand was even popular among non-white Australians, with 20 percent choosing it as their ideal option.

The revelation comes after a wave of Australians were looking to relocate to New Zealand following the victory of the Coalition elections in May.

It was revealed that ten times as many Australians looked at the Immigration New Zealand website.

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Around the same time the expressions of interest also increased more than 25 times.

More than 8,500 people visited the New Zealand website the day after the election and 512 registered interest – the first step in the visa process – compared to around 20 registrations on May 12, New Zealand Immigration said.

New Zealand was even popular among non-white Australians, with 20 percent choosing it as their ideal option (Hobbit house pictured)

New Zealand was even popular among non-white Australians, with 20 percent choosing it as their ideal option (Hobbit house pictured)

New Zealand was even popular among non-white Australians, with 20 percent choosing it as their ideal option (Hobbit house pictured)

Most people in Australia rely more on New Zealand and their government (photo of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern) than on their own to do the right thing in the world & # 39;

Most people in Australia rely more on New Zealand and their government (photo of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern) than on their own to do the right thing in the world & # 39;

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Most people in Australia rely more on New Zealand and their government (photo of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern) than on their own to do the right thing in the world & # 39;

WHERE AUSSIES WANT TO LIFE:

New Zealand – 28 percent

Canada – 15 percent

England – 8 percent

United States – 6 percent

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France – 3 percent

Japan – 3 percent

Italy – 3 percent

Sweden – 2 percent

Norway – 2 percent

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Denmark – 2 percent

Source: ABC & # 39; s Australia Talks National Survey

Australians do not need a visa to move to New Zealand.

The survey results also showed that more people trust New Zealand than Australia to act responsibly in the world & # 39 ;.

Only five percent of respondents were cautious about New Zealand's political intention, while one percent did not trust the country at all.

Of those who trusted the Kiwi & # 39; s, 64 percent of Australians trust them & # 39; much & # 39; while 31 percent trust them & # 39; somewhat & # 39; trusts.

The results show that Aussies have more confidence in their neighbors than in their own.

Only 36 percent trust Australia & # 39; many & # 39; to do the right thing, while 47 percent have their own country & # 39; somewhat & # 39; trusts.

Most Australians have chosen New Zealand as the place where they would prefer to live (Cathedral Cove pictured)

Most Australians have chosen New Zealand as the place where they would prefer to live (Cathedral Cove pictured)

Most Australians have chosen New Zealand as the place where they would prefer to live (Cathedral Cove pictured)

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