Public opinion

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Community attitudes
Social perception
Report

EECA Consumer Monitor: July-September 2021

This document monitors the mood of the nation relating to climate change, energy emissions and efficiency and topics like electric vehicles.
Report

AFL fans' perception of climate change and of AFL action on climate change

This report documents the findings of a survey of 567 Australians and their views on AFL action on climate change. The research was undertaken by the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub on behalf of FrontRunners, a movement of athletes working to protect the future...
Briefing paper

Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine audiences

This paper outlines findings from a segmentation study conducted in May-June 2021 by Monash and Massey Universities. The research identifies five different COVID vaccine audience segments and what motivates them to get or not get vaccinated, to support the tailoring of campaign messaging for maximum...
Report

Politics and the population question during the pandemic

There is a huge gulf between Australia’s elite and Australia’s electorate on immigration policies – a gulf which has hardened since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020. This report sets out the data from TAPRI's July 2021 survey and then outlines the possible implications...
Policy report

The climate consensus

At a decisive point for climate action, this report presents a viable path to meeting the United Kingdom’s 2030 target, with the UK public united in support of a climate policy package that could barely impact on weekly costs for the lowest income households.
Report

Climate of the nation 2021

This report shows that concern about climate change is at record high levels, many Australians are experiencing the impacts of climate change right now, and there is broad support for a range of decarbonisation policies.
Discussion paper

Improving accessibility and inclusivity of people with disability in a community and mainstream setting

This discussion paper about access and inclusion draws on a survey of 600 Australians living with disability and their carers. It finds that half don’t feel included in their community.
Report

What's age got to do with it?

This report identifies stereotypes, attitudes and beliefs about age that prevail in Australia, and captures some of the ways in which people in Australia understand and experience their impacts.
Report

Changing attitudes: survey of community attitudes towards disability in Victoria

The Community Attitudes Survey examines personally-held and perceived societal attitudes about people with disability. The survey explored dimensions of attitudes including beliefs, feelings, and behaviours. This report presents results thematically based on survey content.
Report

Attitudes matter

Community attitudes related to disability-based discrimination and social exclusion impact the health and wellbeing of people with disability. This report on the first national survey on attitudes toward people with disability in Australia includes responses from over 2000 participants.
Report

The state of the online nation

This study explores online safety in New Zealand. Participants represented the New Zealand population in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, religion and region.
Literature review

Changing community attitudes toward greater inclusion of people with disabilities

This report summarises the results of a rapid review of recent (2011–2016) literature on community and employer attitudes toward inclusion of people with disabilities. It also reviews key social marketing campaigns that aimed to improve attitudes toward inclusion of people with disabilities
Report

Community attitudes to people living with disability: review of literature and best practice

This review of literature and best practice identifies commonly held attitudes within the general community, as well as more specific attitudes relating to employment, housing, health and community care and education
Report

New Zealanders and the environment

This report provides a snapshot of New Zealanders’ experiences in the outdoors and their interaction with biodiversity and conservation.
Briefing paper

Public attitudes to COVID-19 policies and vaccination

This briefing summarises the findings from a survey of the Australian public on their attitudes to COVID-19 policies, including vaccination.
Report

New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples

This report presents the results of a survey of 2001 New Zealanders aged 15 years and over on their perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples.
Report

A call for accountability and action: the Deloitte global 2021 millennial and Gen Z survey

This report solicited the view of 22,928 millennials and Gen Zs across 45 countries in January and February 2021. For the New Zealand specific information, 503 respondents took part in the survey (300 millennials and 203 Gen Zs).
Video

Telling our story to the community: why good comms matter

Michelle Bryne provides insights on using communications across multiple platforms, reputation management and engagement management to increase community awareness, engagement and respect for regulators and their work.
Report

Next25 Navigator social research report 2021

Next25 Navigator is an annual research study that addresses the question - “What future does Australia want and are we on track?” This report covers their social research, which engaged a large, nationally-representative sample of everyday Australians in quantitative and qualitative work across the five...
Policy report

Australians' attitudes to social media: connection or curse?

Social media poses unique challenges to society and government. This paper examines some potential social media regulation scenarios and the issues that need to be considered in Australia.