The results from the second Poll on rugby.com.au, which asked fans what the Qantas Wallabies win-loss ledger would be at the conclusion of this year’s Spring Tour, suggest most believe the team will walk away with just the one loss.
Following the launch of the first poll, the second weekly poll was placed on rugby.com.au last Wednesday and received a total of 1000 votes. Late last week, after the Qantas Wallabies’ loss to France, the results swayed in favour of the 2-2 win loss ledger, suggesting most felt Australia would suffer a second loss on the Spring Tour.
Last weekend’s triumphant win over England however clearly gave fans an increased dose of confidence and faith in the Qantas Wallabies with most voting in favour of the 3-1 win-loss ledger.
The majority vote became clearer this week with final results today showing 38% of voters believe the Qantas Wallabies would win the remainder of the Spring Tour games against Italy and Wales and walk away with only the first initial loss to France.
28% felt the team would only win two of the Spring Tour games, 21% voted that the game against the English would be their only win, with the remaining 13% suggesting the Qantas Wallabies would win none of their Spring Tour matches.
The next poll allows fans to have their say on the stand-out performer of the 2012 Spring Tour, asking which Qantas Wallaby, out of Adam Ashley-Cooper, Kurtley Beale, Nathan Sharpe, Michael Hooper or Sitaleki Timani, will lead the John Eales Medal polling for the 2013 Medal at the end of the Spring Tour?
Fans can catch all the 2012 Spring Tour action LIVE on Fox Sports and Channel Ten, and can cast their vote in a new poll each week on rugby.com.au.