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Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 179, Sept. 24, 1965

Roy Morgan
Topics covered in this survey are working wives, drinking bars, whether respondent drinks, weekend shopping, Asian migrants, Australian ownership of shares of overseas companies operating in Australia, final court of Appeal in Australia or London, increase in compulsory military training call-up, defence relationships with Britain and America, nuclear weapons in Australia, Australian forces in Vietnam, and trade with Communist China. Standard variables are vehicle and telephone ownership, occupation, economic classification, vote intention, vote at last...

Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 184, July 16, 1966

Roy Morgan
Topics covered in this survey are seat belts in cars, working hours, living and food costs, union of Roman Catholic and Protestant churches, State vs private piping of natural gas, relationship with Britain, entry of Communist China to United Nations, compulsory military training, Australian involvement in Vietnam, and American bombing of oil dumps in North Vietnam. Standard variables are age, occupation, vehicle and telephone ownership, economic classification, vote intention, vote at last Federal election, religion...

Canberra population survey, September - October 1978: drug data file

Kenneth R.W. Brewer, Roger Jones & Erica Fisher
During an omnibus survey respondents were questioned concerning their use and frequency of use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs including pain killers, stomach settlers, sedatives and tranquillisers. Marijuana use was investigated using a randomised response technique. Further questions involved the respondents' approval of changes to laws relating to marijuana use and supply. Background variables included age, education, qualifications and income.

Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 104, May 21, 1954

Roy Morgan
Themes-Names: bible: owning, reading / books: ownership / cabinet: selection of / cost and standard of living: changes in living standards / housing: sharing / pension: means test / South-East Asia: collective security pacts / taxation: preferred cuts / transport, public: satisfaction and dissatisfaction with / Elections Background variables: age / sex / economic classification / occupation of head of household / vote at last Federal election / present voting intention / car ownership.

Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 132, August 15, 1958

Roy Morgan
Themes-Names: Arts: preferences / Australian Labor Party: policies / gambling: on-course / budget / Motor car driving: age, minimum; licence renewal; tests / Marxism: probability of / Democratic Labor Party: split with ALP / drunken driving: penalty for / housing: Leasing purchase companies / newspapers: news preferences; reading time / nuclear energy: use of in warfare / overseas investment: multinational companies / races: attendance / Elections Background variables: age / sex / economic classification /...

Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 144, May 27, 1960

Roy Morgan
Theme-Names: Arbitration court: v. strikes / capital punishment / motor cars: age of; inspection, regular / education: coeducation / Germany: unification / international relations: summit conferences / pensions: superannuation, national / South Africa: apartheid / elections / women and work: mothers, working; wives, working / working hours: number per week. Background variables: age / sex / economic classification / occupation of head of household / vote at last Federal election / present voting intention /...

Australian Gallup Polls, March 1979

Topics covered in this survey include whether Australia should try to stage the 1988 Olympic games; approval or disapproval of gambling casinos, poker machines and televised State-run bingo; expectations regarding the rates of inflation and unemployment, number of strikes and industrial disputes, shortages of goods, interest rates, and, company profits and dividends; sale of liquor on Sundays and banning liquor advertisements from television and radio; and, introduction of random breath testing of drivers and opinion...

Australian Gallup Polls, April 1979

Topics covered in this survey include whether Australians should voluntarily commence amount of petrol used; oil exploration in the Barrier Reef of Queensland; whether men or women are more suited to specific occupations; Federal Parliament's continuation of medical benefits for abortions; approval or disapproval of Mr Fraser's and Mr Hayden's handling of their jobs; and, (for Victoria) approval or disapproval of Mr Hamer's and Mr Wilkes' handling of their jobs. Background variables include occupation of...

Australian Gallup Polls, June 1979

Topics covered in this survey include whether respondent favours or opposes nuclear power stations in Australia; whether own opinion was affected by nuclear accident in Pennsylvania, USA; death sentences and gaol terms; suggestion to restructure school terms from 3 to 4 (effect on students and teachers, and whether it would provide incentive for tourist trade); euthanasia; continued surcharge on income taxes versus reduced government spending; whether there is much waste in Government spending; and, family...

Growing Up in Australia: Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) Release 7.2 (Waves 1-7)

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Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) is a major study following the development of approximately 10,000 young people and their families from all parts of Australia. It is conducted in partnership between the Department of Social Services, the Australian Institute of Family Studies and the Australian Bureau of Statistics with advice provided by a consortium of leading researchers. The study began in 2003 with a representative sample of children (who...

Australian Gallup Polls, March 1976

Australian Gallup Polls, March 1976

Australian Gallup Polls, June 1976

Australian Gallup Polls, June 1976

Australian Gallup Polls, May 1976

Australian Gallup Polls, May 1976

Australian Gallup Polls, July 1976

Themes-Names: books: preferences and number read / gambling / defence: expenditure / international relations: attitude to / Russia: influence in world / strikes: political and social / trade unions: approval or criticism of, incl. power / worker participation. Background Variables: age/sex/ highest education level/occupation/income/occupation of head of household/marital status/vote enrolment at last election/present voting intention.

Australian Gallup Polls, November 1976

Topics include: timing of public holidays throughout Australia: the continuation of Anzac Day as a public holiday; staggering of school holidays; building of a United States Omega navigational base in Victoria; Australia's encouragement of United States military bases in the Indian Ocean; approval or disapproval of Mr Fraser's and Mr Whitlam's handling of their jobs; electoral support for Mr Hayden as Leader of the Opposition; alternative energy sources Australia should be developing; sale of Australian...

Australian Gallup Polls, April 1977

Australian Gallup Polls, April 1977

Australian Gallup Polls, October 1977

Themes-Names: demonstrators: demonstrators and demonstrations / Intergovernmental relations: States, abolition of, or new / trade unions: approval or criticism of, incl. Power; size and number of / unemployment: causes of, ways of reducing / uranium. Background Variables: age / sex / highest level of education / occupation / income / occupation of head of household / marital status / vote enrolment at last election / present voting intention.

Australian Gallup Polls, February 1978

Australian Gallup Polls, February 1978

Australian Gallup Polls, April 1978

Australian Gallup Polls, April 1978

Australian Gallup Polls, September 1978

Australian Gallup Polls, September 1978

Australian Gallup Polls, February 1980

Topics covered include: the Soviet Union's activity in Afghanistan and other countries; opinion on the Federal Government's decision to recommend a boycott of the Olympic games; import parity policy on oil; whether the respondent drives a motor vehicle and consciously tries to conserve petrol; opinion on the job performance of Mr Fraser and Mr Hayden; and, for women over age 16, whether she is responsible for all or most of the household shopping, whether she...

Australian Gallup Polls, March 1980

Topics include: problems facing Australia today; the respondent's expectations regarding inflation, unemployment, strikes or industrial disputes, shortages of goods, interest rates and company profits and dividends; test tube babies; whether the respondent agrees that Australia should encourage the United States to strengthen American military bases in the Indian Ocean or Australia; whether respondent favours increased defence spending for Australia; compulsory military service; and, for women whether she is responsible for all or most of the...

Australian Gallup Polls, May 1980

Topics include: leisure time activities; problems that Australians may face in the year 2000; the possibility of World War III by the year 2000; whether the respondent approves of the job performance of Mr Fraser and Mr Hayden; whether the respondent has an FM radio; and, for women, whether she is responsible for all or most of the household shopping, whether she is employed, and approximately how much money is spent weekly on food and...

Australian Gallup Polls, November 1980

Topics include: retail trading on Saturday afternoons; whether private health insurance funds provide value for money; whether the respondent is covered by a private health insurance fund; who is the most effective State Premier in Australia; whether the respondent approves of the job performance of the State Premier; whether organised crime has increased over the past ten years; whether the respondent believes the allegations that some parliamentarians in his State are associated with organised crime;...

Australian Gallup Polls, November 1981

Topics include: whether the respondent approves of Australian participation in the peace-keeping force in the Middle East; whether the respondent approves of aluminium smelters being built in locations such as the Hunter Valley of New South Wales or the Portland area of Victoria, and if there should be government assistance for such projects; whether the respondent approves of the proposed dam for hydro electricity to be built in the wilderness of south-west Tasmania; whether low...

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