Australian Survey of Social Attitudes (AuSSA)

The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes (AuSSA) is a biennial series that studies social attitudes and behaviour of Australian citizens for the Australian and international research community. AuSSA provides cross-sectional data on the social attitudes and behaviour of Australians, repeating a core questionnaire for each cross-section and fielding specific modules relevant to the changing needs of the social research community.

AuSSA is Australia’s official survey in the International Social Survey Program and regularly includes ISSP modules.

 

YearADA IDStudyDOIDocumentation
200301070The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 200310.4225/87/8VUHRYDataverse Catalogue
200501088The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 200510.4225/87/SRXRC6Dataverse Catalogue
200501088-rThe Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 2005 - Restricted
200501088-saThe Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 2005 (SA)
200701127The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 200710.4225/87/1UPIZODataverse Catalogue
200901189-Release1Jun2011The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 200910.4225/87/IH68HQDataverse Catalogue
201101251Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 201110.4225/87/UNPXX2Dataverse Catalogue
201101251-rAustralian Survey of Social Attitudes - Restricted, 2011
201201269Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 201210.4225/87/ABC2NBDataverse Catalogue
201301272Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 201310.4225/87/PK3EIFDataverse Catalogue
201401287Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 201410.4225/87/LTVGMVDataverse Catalogue
2015Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 201510.4225/87/T5BNZ7Dataverse Catalogue