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This briefing summarises the findings from a survey of the Australian public on their attitudes to COVID-19 policies, including vaccination.
Who we turn to for information and how much we trust it: health information versus general information
Who do we turn to for health information and how much do we trust that information? Last year, the Policy Lab ran a representative survey of 1,000 Australians – as part of the Australian Cooperative Election Survey – to look at this very question. This...
Does process matter? Experimental evidence that policy makers should advertise process as well as outcomes
This paper summarises the findings of a recent academic article published by the authors.
This survey is a national study exploring the sexual health and well-being of Australian adolescents. The anonymous survey asks questions about knowledge, behaviour and educational experiences related to sexual health and well-being. The Commonwealth Department of Health-funded study has been conducted approximately every five years...