Every farmer who produces wool is affected by WoolPoll.

What is WoolPoll?

Every three years AWI is required to conduct a poll of eligible levy payers to determine how much the industry invests in research, development and marketing over the next three years.

The poll is run in accordance with the Wool Services Privatisation (Wool Levy Poll) Regulations 2003 and is overseen by an independent panel of woolgrowers – the WoolPoll Panel.

Who can vote?

All Australian woolgrowers who have paid wool levies totalling $100 or more in the past three financial years are eligible to vote at WoolPoll.

Why vote?

WoolPoll 2018 is woolgrowers’ chance to have a say on the levy rate they pay on every bale of wool produced, and directly influence the future funding of AWI. All eligible levy payers should have their say.