Natasha Kassam


Lowy Institute poll 2022

This annual poll reveals that in 2022, Australians report feeling unsafe, and as the potential for conflict in our region feels more possible. Support for Australia’s alliance with the United States has returned to a record high, with the majority of Australians now supporting increased...

Lines blurred: Chinese community organisations in Australia

This research paper examines Australia’s foreign interference debate and Beijing’s reach in supporting Chinese-Australian community organisations.

Lowy Institute poll 2021

The 2021 Lowy Institute Poll, conducted at this remarkable moment, captures unprecedented shifts in Australian views of the world around us, including about the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States, China and climate change.

Lowy Institute poll 2020

The 2020 Lowy Institute Poll records unprecedented shifts in public opinion. Only half the country reports feeling safe — a record low for Australians. Our concern about a global economic downturn has skyrocketed. Optimism about our economic prospects has sunk to an historic low.

COVIDpoll: Lowy Institute polling on Australian attitudes to the coronavirus pandemic

This Lowy Institute poll finds that almost all Australians say our nation a has handled COVID-19 well, but most are disappointed by China and the United States’ response.