Productivity and Labour Relations Minister Yvonne Henderson dismissed the Liberals' industrial relations survey as a distorted exercise in line with their whole industrial relations con.
Mrs Henderson said the survey clearly revealed people's ignorance of the Liberals' real intentions in regard to industrial relations rather than their approval of it.
"This is not surprising, because the Liberals' policy is a fraud," the Minister said.
"They are trying to con people into believing that they will not lose pay or conditions, that they will have a choice about going on to individual contracts and that they will have equal bargaining power to their employers.
"They are trying to bluff their way through till the election, then impose on Western Australia the style of industrial relations we are seeing Kennett force on Victorians," she said.
Mrs Henderson said Kennett's actions in Victoria were in line with a national Liberal policy, despite WA Liberals' desperate efforts to distance themselves.
Before the Victoria election, Kennett claimed there would be no loss of wages or conditions.
But on election he immediately removed weekend penalty rates and leave loading. Now he was rushing to force everyone on to individual contracts.
He took no time to slash jobs - 6,500 school jobs, including 2,000 teachers and 3,700 cleaners, and 3,500 health workers - and introduced massive fines for industrial action.
Mrs Henderson said the State Government was not trying to scare workers but to ensure they realised the full impact of the plight of workers under the Liberals.
She said WA workers must be clear that a Liberal government meant individual contracts.
Workers, who did not have the same bargaining power as their employers, could have no choice but to sign or be sacked.
The Liberals would do away with compulsory arbitration, giving workers no avenue for redress.
Mrs Henderson said the Liberals would not get the same survey results if they were honest about their plans for Western Australian workers.