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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 Public Opinion on Indigenous Issues: Injustice, Disadvantage and Support for Recognition

26 March 2015

Amidst debate on constitutional recognition of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, this ANUPoll of Australian public opinion on Indigenous issues—the 17th ANUPoll—provides a snapshot of Australian attitudes...

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Past ANUpolls

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

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