SF | RESEARCH REPORT | Australians Today

[Edited extract from public address]

Australians Today documents the outcomes from the largest survey of its kind, outlining public opinions to migration and settlement.

The survey was undertaken by more than 10,000 respondents and also included feedback from over 50 focus groups. Resulting data informs better understanding about views of those on different visa types, across different religions, ethnicities and age groups.
Some of the key findings highlight that freedom, democracy and our standard of living are equally important to those born in Australia and recent migrants. 
Although there are a number of positives in the results, discrimination continues to be an issue and for some segments of the population this is highly problematic.

See summarised findings, watch videos or download the report

Scanlon Foundation
Website: http://scanlonfoundation.org.au

This research was undertaken for the Scanlon Foundation by Professor Andrew Markus of Monash University in conjunction with the Australian Multicultural Foundation. It continues to add further depth to our Annual Mapping Social Cohesion Research and to inform the work of the Foundation.