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The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health, Respondent Dataset (Release 2)

Jane Pirkis, Dallas English & Dianne Currier
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health (Ten to Men) was established in 2011 to build the evidence base on male health to inform policy and program development. It is a national longitudinal study, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health, with a stratified multi-stage cluster random sample design and oversampling in rural and regional areas. Questions covered socio-demographics, health status, mental health and wellbeing, health behaviours, social determinants, and health knowledge and service...

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health, Wave 2 (Release 2)

Jane Pirkis, Dallas English & Dianne Currier
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health (Ten to Men) was established in 2011 to build the evidence base on male health to inform policy and program development. It is a national longitudinal study, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health, with a stratified multi-stage cluster random sample design and oversampling in rural and regional areas. A household recruitment method was used, and recruitment took place from September 2013 to July 2014. 16,021 males...

Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 2013

Betsy Blunsdon
The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes (AuSSA) is Australia’s main source of data for the scientific study of the social attitudes, beliefs and opinions of Australians, how they change over time, and how they compare with other societies. The survey is used to help researchers better understand how Australians think and feel about their lives. It produces important information about the changing views and attitudes of Australians as we move through the 21st century. Similar...

Australian Election Study, 2013

Clive Bean, Ian McAllister, Juliet Pietsch & Rachel Kay Gibson
The 2013 Australian Election Study (au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.01259) is the tenth in a series of surveys beginning in 1987 that have been timed to coincide with Australian Federal Elections. The series also builds on the 1967, 1969 and 1979 Australian Political Attitudes Surveys. The Australian Election Studies aim to provide a long-term perspective on stability and change in the political attitudes and behaviour of the Australian electorate, and investigate the changing social bases of Australian politics as...

Australian Election Study, 1993

Roger Jones, Ian McAllister, David Denemark & David Gow
The 1993 Australian Election Study is the third in a series of surveys beginning in 1987 which have been timed to coincide with Australian Federal elections. The series also builds on the 1967, 1969 and 1979 Australian Political Attitudes Surveys. The Australian Election Studies aim to provide a long-term perspective on stability and change in the political attitudes and behaviour of the Australian electorate, and investigate the changing social bases of Australian politics as the...

Australian Election Study, 1996

Roger Jones, Ian McAllister & David Gow
The 1996 Australian Election Study is the fourth in a series of surveys beginning in 1987 which have been timed to coincide with Australian Federal elections. The series also builds on the 1967 and 1979 Australian Political Attitudes Surveys. The Australian Election Studies aim to provide a long-term perspective on stability and change in the political attitudes and behaviour of the Australian electorate, and investigate the changing social bases of Australian politics as the economy...

Australian Election Study, 2001

Clive Bean, David Gow & Ian McAllister
The 2001 Australian Election Study is the sixth in a series of surveys beginning in 1987 that have been timed to coincide with Australian Federal elections. The series also builds on the 1967, 1969 and 1979 Australian Political Attitudes Surveys. The Australian Election Studies aim to provide a long-term perspective on stability and change in the political attitudes and behaviour of the Australian electorate, and investigate the changing social bases of Australian politics as the...

Australian Election Study, 2004

Clive Bean, Ian McAllister, Rachel Gibson & David Gow
The 2004 Australian Election Study is the seventh in a series of surveys beginning in 1987 that have been timed to coincide with Australian Federal elections. The series also builds on the 1967, 1969 and 1979 Australian Political Attitudes Surveys. The Australian Election Studies aim to provide a long-term perspective on stability and change in the political attitudes and behaviour of the Australian electorate, and investigate the changing social bases of Australian politics as the...

Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 2011

Ann Evans
The 2011 Australian Survey of Social Attitudes (AuSSA) is the fifth in a biennial series that studies social attitudes and behaviour of Australian citizens for the Australian and international research community. AuSSA provides cross-sectional data on the social attitudes and behaviour of Australians, repeating a core questionnaire for each cross-section and fielding specific modules relevant to the changing needs of the social research community. AuSSA is Australia's official survey in the International Social Survey Program...

Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth, 2015 cohort (Version 4.0)

Skills Australian Government Department Of Education
In 2015 a nationally representative sample of about 14,500 15 year-old students was selected to participate in the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). This group of young people became the sixth cohort of the LSAY program (LSAY Y15). As part of PISA, assessments in mathematical literacy, reading literacy and scientific literacy were administered to schools to provide information on student achievement. Students also completed a background questionnaire about themselves, their families, their views...

Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth, 2003 cohort (Version 7.1)

Skills Australian Government Department Of Education
In 2003 a nationally representative sample of about 12,500 15 year-old students was selected to participate in the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). This group of young people became the third cohort of the LSAY program (LSAY Y03). As part of PISA, assessments in mathematical literacy, reading literacy, scientific literacy and problem-solving were administered in schools to provide information on student achievement. Students also completed a background questionnaire about themselves, their families, educational...

ANU Poll 2008: Governance

Ian McAllister
This poll is the first in an ongoing series of polls being undertaken by the Social Research Centre for the ANU. Their purpose is to assess Australians' opinions on important and topical issues, with an emphasis on international comparisons. This research is used to inform public debate and policy about issues affecting Australia. The main focus of this poll was on thoughts about the future of Australia, in comparison to other advanced democracies. Variables include...

National Drug Strategy Household Survey, 2001

Mark Cooper-Stanbury & Amber Summerill
This study is the seventh in a series of national household surveys to examine current awareness, attitudes and behaviour related to drugs and drug problems, usage of drugs, and to assess changes in these attitudes and usage over the period 1985-2001. The seven earlier studies are Social Issues in Australia, 1985; the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse Social Issues Survey, 1988; the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse Social Issues Survey, 1991; the National Campaign Against...

National Drug Strategy Household Survey, 1995

Peter Vuksa & Jennifer Kelly
This study is the fifth in a series of National Household Surveys to examine current attitudes towards drugs and drug problems, usage of drugs, and to assess changes in these attitudes and usage over the period 1985-1995. The four earlier studies were Social Issues in Australia, 1985; the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse Social Issues Survey, 1988; the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse Social Issues Survey, 1991; and the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse Social...

ANU Poll 2009: Defence

Ian McAllister
This poll is the fourth in an ongoing series of polls being undertaken by the Social Research Centre for the ANU. Their purpose is to assess Australians' opinions on important and topical issues, with an emphasis on international comparisons. These polls are typically conducted three times a year, or about every four months. Some questions appear in every poll in order to provide information about changes in opinion over time; the majority of questions appear...

ANU Poll 2010: Science

Ian McAllister
This poll is the eighth in an ongoing series of polls being undertaken by the Social Research Centre for the ANU. Their purpose is to assess Australians' opinions on important and topical issues, with an emphasis on international comparisons. These polls are typically conducted three times a year, or about every four months. Some questions appear in every poll in order to provide information about changes in opinion over time; the majority of questions appear...

ANU Poll 2011: Gambling

Ian McAllister
This poll is the tenth in an ongoing series of polls being undertaken by the Social Research Centre for the ANU. Their purpose is to assess Australians' opinions on important and topical issues, with an emphasis on international comparisons. These polls are typically conducted three times a year, or about every four months. Some questions appear in every poll in order to provide information about changes in opinion over time; the majority of questions appear...

Lowy Institute Poll, 2016

Alexandra Oliver
This is the twelfth annual Lowy institute Poll. The 2016 Lowy Institute Poll reports the annual results on nationally representative telephone opinion survey, conducted between 26 February and 15 March 2016 with a sample size of 1202 Australian adults. 2016 is a year of elections, with a federal election in Australia, a presidential election in the United States, and the selection of a new Secretary-General of the United Nations. The 2016 Lowy Institute Poll provides...

Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2012

Andrew Markus & Bruce Smith
As in previous years, the 2012 survey used a geographically stratified random sampling approach. A minimum of 200 interviews was undertaken in each Australian state / territory (i.e. 1,600 interviews out of the overall total of 2,000). The remaining 400 interviews were allocated across those states underrepresented by the initial sample allocation (i.e. NSW, Victoria and Queensland) in proportion to the population in those states. The interviews in each state were also allocated to Capital...

ANU Poll 2017: Job Security

Jill Sheppard, Nicholas Biddle, Matthew Gray & Matthew Taylor
This poll is the twenty-sixth in an ongoing series of polls being undertaken by the Social Research Centre for the ANU. Their purpose is to assess Australians' opinions on important and topical issues, with an emphasis on international comparisons. These polls are typically conducted three times a year, or about every four months. Some questions appear in every poll in order to provide information about changes in opinion over time; the majority of questions appear...

Age Poll, April 1974

The Age
The Age Poll was first conducted in March 1971 by the Australian Sales Research Bureau Pty. Ltd. before switching to Irving Saulwick and Associates in April 1975. Conducted in February 1974 this 'Age Poll' is the twelfth in the Age Poll series. For this Age Poll, marginal Federal electorates across Australian States only were surveyed. Topics covered in this survey are focused on attitudes to important issues in the May 18th 1974 Federal Election. Topics...

Age Poll No. 6, June, 1972

The Age
The Age Poll was first conducted in March 1971 by the Australian Sales Research Bureau Pty. Ltd. before switching to Irving Saulwick and Associates in April 1975. Conducted in June 1972 this 'Age Poll' is the sixth in the Age Poll series. For this Age Poll, the metropolitan Local Government Areas of Melbourne and Sydney were surveyed. Topics covered in this survey are economic conditions in Australia, women's liberation movement, standard working week hours and...

Age Poll No. 5, February 1972

The Age
The Age Poll was first conducted in March 1971 by the Australian Sales Research Bureau Pty. Ltd. before switching to Irving Saulwick and Associates in April 1975. Conducted in February 1972 this 'Age Poll' is the fifth in the Age Poll series. For this Age Poll the Metropolitan Local Government Areas of Melbourne and Sydney were surveyed. Themes covered include Australian aid to overseas countries, acceptability of Australians behaviour, including opinions on abortion, Australian Military...

Age Poll, March 1977

Irving Saulwick
Topics in this survey are economic conditions today and in six months time, statements about the state of the economy, dangers threatening the world today, choice of national anthem, opinion of Prime Minister Fraser and Labor leader Whitlam, countries close to Australia (Japan, Indonesia, China, India, Vietnam, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Thailand), and cigarette advertising through sporting events. Standard variables are country of birth, education level, religious denomination, occupation of respondent and head of household,...

Age Poll, November 1977

Irving Saulwick
Topics in this survey are election issues, economic conditions today and in six months time, opinion of ALP leader Whitlam and Liberal leader Fraser, party preference, vote intention in House of Representatives election and party of second preference, vote intention in Senate election, vote at last Federal election, interest taken in election campaign, and party expect to win House of Representatives election. Standard variables are country of birth, education level, religious denomination, occupation of respondent...

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