ANU Polls (2008 – Present)

The ANU Polls is a series of polls conducted three times a year by The Australian National University. The purpose of the series is to assess Australians’ opinions on important and topical issues, with an emphasis on international comparisons.

Some questions appear in every poll in order to provide information about changes in opinion over time, and the majority of questions appear in one poll only.

 

YearADA IDStudyADA Dataverse DOI (and link)
200801123ANU Poll 2008 - Governance10.4225/87/LVKB1T
200801138ANU Poll 2008 - Environment10.4225/87/FGSF5V
200801133ANU Poll 2008 - Higher Education10.4225/87/FQ3MJC
200901140ANU Poll 2009 - Defence10.4225/87/OA9RVE
200901143ANU Poll 2009 - Economics10.4225/87/IQKBRK
200901271ANU Poll 2009 - Rural and Regional Australia10.4225/87/KFKA3E
201001204ANU Poll 2010 - Science10.4225/87/WUEPAJ
201001203ANU Poll 2010 - Australia's Future10.4225/87/OQQJCE
201101235ANU Poll 2011 - Gambling10.4225/87/3II2ON
201101233ANU Poll 2011 - The Internet and Social Capital10.4225/87/GHP82O
201101240ANU Poll 2011 - Government Services
201101270ANU Poll 2011 - Food Security
201201256ANU Poll 2012 - Corruption
201301298ANU Poll 2013 - Priorities for Public Expenditure
201401282ANU Poll 2014 - Indigenous Affairs
201401281ANU Poll 2014 - Foreign Policy10.4225/87/OE09OM
201401284ANU Poll 2014 - Changing Views of Governance
201501304ANU Poll 2015 - Ageing
201501283ANU Poll 2015 - National Identity
201501296ANU Poll 2015 - Social Class10.4225/87/P5ZKME
201601312ANU Poll 2016 - Tax and Equality
201601363ANU Poll 2016 - Security and Terrorism10.4225/87/D457OA