The results are in from The Examiner's Northern Agenda federal election survey.
The survey was launched on April 9 in an effort to gauge what issues matter most to Northern Tasmanians.
Readers were asked to rank the importance of potential projects, vote on what commitments were needed for Northern Tasmania and state what commitments would win their vote.
Cleaning up the Tamar River came in as our readers' top priority, with 79 readers voting the issue as their first preference. A massive 264 readers listed it as their third.
The second highest priority was coming up with solutions to Tasmania's housing pressures.
The third highest was a mental health hub for Northern Tasmania.
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The lowest ranked projects according to readers were a boutique basketball stadium and upgrades to Albert Hall and the Silverdome.
Health was the most pressing issue in Tasmania for 47 per cent of our readers, whereas 20 per cent were concerned about infrastructure, and 13 per cent housing.
Readers were keen to see a bridge across the Tamar River and more protection and the expansion of the World Heritage Wilderness Area.
Election promises that would win some readers' votes included laws to protect the environment, more jobs for Northern Tasmania, education spending, and action on climate change.
Readers were asked if they believed the federal government and opposition did enough in Bass and Lyons, and 86 per cent of our readers answered 'no'