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38% 110 votes
62% 180 votes
290 people voted
Yes, mass tourism, regardless of the destination, is unsustainable... 95 votes

Yes, mass tourism, regardless of the destination, is unsustainable and damaging to the natural world
33%
Yes, mass tourism, regardless of the destination, is unsustainable and damaging to the natural world
It's important to protect the environment and not over-burden... 109 votes

It's important to protect the environment and not over-burden small towns, but only allowing "high-value" visitors seems unfair and discriminatory
37%
It's important to protect the environment and not over-burden small towns, but only allowing "high-value" visitors seems unfair and discriminatory
No, the pandemic has caused too much economic damage -... 52 votes

No, the pandemic has caused too much economic damage - international tourism should be restarted not reset
18%
No, the pandemic has caused too much economic damage - international tourism should be restarted not reset
I don't know 32 votes

I don't know
11%
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Other - leave a comment below
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Kiwitackle67

Kiwitackle67

  Although I understand the rationale , I think this is a dangerous precedent and could in the long term have far reaching and unforeseen repercussions for all New Zealanders , will this mean that natural attractions which were once free for all NZers to enjoy will become user pay , could this place us in the position where our very much world class sites become exclusive and we are having to compete dollar for dollar with " high value'' tourists for very limited capacity.
cosmicford

cosmicford

  Stop allowing in people for work visas, there are plenty of kiwis to do the jobs, and the vineyards in Blenheim (just one example) won't hire you if u are a kiwi. I have proof. Stop them coming in and they will be forced to employ kiwis.

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