Only Forty Percent of Population think David Bain was Wrongly Imprisoned

In a recent poll done by a Fairfax Media-Ipsos the sample tested returned a result of 40% believing that David Bain was wrongly imprisoned.  60% think he should be given compensation, which indicates that a large chunk of 20% of the population who maybe don't have an opinion on whether or not he was wrongly imprisoned still think he should be compensated.  The government regulation is clear that a person can only be compesated if they are found to be innocent on the balance of probabilities.  About 30% of the sample do not think that David Bain was wrongfully imprisoned and think that he should not get compensation,