All ANUpolls

ANU Poll takes pulse on higher ed, political mood
12
May
2015

ANU Poll takes pulse on higher ed, political mood

The second ANU Poll has taken the pulse of the Australian public on higher education and political mood and found a generally positive view of universities, and a high — though slightly declining — degree of satisfaction with the way the country is heading. ANU Poll found Australians rate the...

Governance and democracy
12
May
2015

Governance and democracy

A new poll , released to mark a major boost to social research capacity at The Australian National University (ANU), has found Australians are growing more pessimistic about the future and that satisfaction with democracy has fallen gradually since 2007 . The poll also found overall confidence in...

Foreign policy
12
May
2015

Foreign policy

A new ANUpoll evaluates what the public thinks about foreign affairs and what it sees as the main priorities for Australia’s foreign policy. It covers the following topics: Relations with Indonesia Relations with the United States of America and China Support for foreign aid International...

Cautious support for gambling regulation
12
May
2015

Cautious support for gambling regulation

The public sees pokies as part of the problem, and government regulation as part of the solution, according to the tenth ANU Poll. The poll, Public Opinion on Gambling, took a snapshot of Australian attitudes towards gambling and potential government regulation. It found there was considerable...

Attitudes to electoral reform
12
May
2015

Attitudes to electoral reform

Jobs up, climate change down in public eye. Public concern about the economy and job security has doubled since 2010, while concern about global warming has halved. More than half of the people surveyed in the latest ANUpoll listed the economy and jobs among the most important issues Australia is...

ANU Poll zeros in on public views on defence
12
May
2015

ANU Poll zeros in on public views on defence

Public support for more defence spending is a 20-year low and more than 70% of Australians oppose tax increases to pay for more defence spending, according the results of the fourth ANU Poll. The fourth ANU Poll provides insight into what the Australian public thinks about defence and defence-...

ANU Poll tracks population growing pains
12
May
2015

ANU Poll tracks population growing pains

More than half of Australians want the country’s population to stay at or go below current levels according to the seventh ANU Poll. The poll, Public opinion towards population growth in Australia, took a wide-ranging snapshot of Australian attitudes towards population policy, environment and...

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