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South Sudanese, Muslims the most discriminated against, survey finds.

Muslim woman at a Brisbane bus stop. Source: AAP

A major survey of Australian-born and immigrant Australians into social cohesion has found mostly positive views towards migrants and widely shared values.  But the report also found that members of Muslim and African communities are reporting high levels of discrimination.Oliver Jones reports.

The major survey of 10,000 Australian born and immigrant Australians, called Australians Today has found most of the people surveyed think Australia is a good place to live and have a strong sense of belonging.

 

But the report into social cohesion shows there are high levels of discrimination against African and Muslim communities.

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