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For the first time in Australia, a public opinion survey is being conducted in English and 19 community languages.
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6 Nov 2015 - 11:08 AM  UPDATED 12 Nov 2015 - 1:15 PM

The Australia@2015 survey is asking Australians about their views on ‘the best - and the worst - aspects of Australian life’ with a broad range of questions exploring Identity, cultural diversity, neighbourhood life, fairness and trust in fellow Australians, our institutions, such as police and schools.

Australia@2015 builds on eight years of Scanlon Foundation surveying and is led by Monash University Professor, Andrew Markus, who says the survey is designed to shed light on the attitudes of Australian-born and migrants Australians as the country tackles the questions of population growth, rising security concerns and a questioning of the working of Australian democracy.

 The outcomes from the survey will provide an important base of knowledge for policy makers, opinion leaders, researchers and communities.  - Monash University Professor, Andrew Markus

Australia@2015 is open to Australian residents aged 18 and over.

The survey may be accessed online by following this link.

Get involved and you could be in the running to win a $500 shopping voucher.

The survey is available in English, Arabic, Cantonese, Dari, Dinka, French, Japanese, Hindu, Indonesian, Korean, Malayalam, Mandarin, Persian (Farsi), Portuguese, Punjabi, Spanish, Thai, Tigrinya, Turkish, Vietnamese