Majority of Australians want Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to intervene in Tibet

Almost three quarters of Australians want Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to take a lead in bringing a lasting solution to the conflict over Tibet, a new poll shows.

A Galaxy poll conducted for progressive lobby group GetUp shows 71 per cent of the 1,100 people surveyed want Mr Rudd to use “his standing with the Chinese government to attempt to broker a lasting solution to the Tibet conflict”.

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