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ANUpoll is a quarterly survey of Australian public opinion. The topic of each survey is an issue of national importance.

The ANUpoll differs from other opinion polls by placing public opinion in a broad policy context, and by benchmarking Australia against international opinion. The ANUpoll is also able to follow trends in opinions over many decades.


Latest ANUpoll

Australian attitudes towards national identity

29 April 2015

A new poll on national identity from ANU has found Australians believe speaking English and respect for political institutions and laws are the most important factors in being Australian. Being born in the country was the least important factor. The...

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If you have any questions about the survey, you can contact the Social Research Centre:

T 1800 023 040 (free call)
F (03) 9236 4060

Mail: ANUpoll
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If you have any concerns or complaints about the ethical conduct of the survey please contact the ANU Human Ethics Officer on 02 6125 3427 or by email at

Updated: 5 November 2012/ Responsible Officer:  Head of School / Page Contact:  Web Publisher