All ANUpolls

Australian attitudes towards national identity
27
Oct
2015

Australian attitudes towards national identity

A new ANUpoll on national identity 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 18th ANUpoll found overwhelming support for immigration...

Society saved by the social network
12
May
2015

Society saved by the social network

Increased use of the Internet is leading to a more politically engaged and socially inclusive society, according to the ninth ANU Poll. The poll, The Internet and Civil Society, shows that far from increasing social isolation because users are in front of a computer screen, the Internet is actually...

Public Priorities for Government Expenditure
12
May
2015

Public Priorities for Government Expenditure

ANUpoll finds support for government spending Despite the current climate of austerity and Federal Government budget cuts, Australians want to see increased government spending on social services, according to the new ANUpoll on public priorities for government spending. “The release of the latest...

Perceptions of Corruption and Ethical Conduct
12
May
2015

Perceptions of Corruption and Ethical Conduct

The media, trade unions and political parties top the list of institutions the public perceives to be the most corrupt and in which they have the least confidence, while 43 per cent of Australians believe that the level of corruption in Australia has increased, according to the latest ANUpoll...

Parched rural Australia thirsty for solutions
12
May
2015

Parched rural Australia thirsty for solutions

Drought and water shortages are regarded by a clear majority of Australians as the most serious problems facing rural Australia, according to the results of the sixth ANU Poll. The poll also found that the Federal government is regarded by the majority of respondents as the agency most responsible...

Aussie say science knocks sport for six
12
May
2015

Aussie say science knocks sport for six

Australians are more interested in science than sport and feel that politicians are failing to listen to the advice of the nation’s scientists, according to the eighth ANU Poll. The latest ANU Poll looked at public attitudes about science. It found that far from being a nation of sports obsessives...

Attitudes to Government and Government Services
12
May
2015

Attitudes to Government and Government Services

Key points summary Attitudes to Government and Government services Satisfaction with democracy in Australia remains high by international standards, though it is lower in 2010 and 2011 than in the earlier part of the decade. The lower levels of satisfaction with democracy in 2010 and 2011 are...

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