This is coolbert:
Some clarification regarding one of those six questions as part of the poll administered to the Australian public by a group described as a "communist" front organization.
"Q3 - - If armed conflict broke out between Japan, the USA and China over the islands [East China Sea] should Australia:"
Those four possible responses to Q3 as offered to those being polled:
1. Support China.
2. Support Japan and the United States.
3. Remain neutral.
From among the general Australian populace the answer 71 % remain neutral. AND not a whole lot of deviation from that figure even when taking into account the various sub-categories of respondents.
Australia one of only two nations in the world [that other nation Norway] the central government of which has a budget surplus. This from the export of natural resources [primarily iron ore], those importers the Asian industrial power houses of China, South Korea and Japan. Expect that trade TO BECOME ALMOST NIL IF AND WHEN A CONFLICT IN THE EAST CHINA SEA OR THE SPRATLY ISLANDS BECOMES MANIFEST.