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Rebecca Huntley In conversation with Bridie Jabour

March 19, 2019 0

Sydney: Thursday 21st March – 6.30pm 2019 AMSRS Conference chair, Rebecca Huntley will be in conversation with Bridie Jabour on Thursday 21st March – 6.30pm at Gleebooks to discuss her essay – Australia Fair: Listening […]

Which institutions do we trust?

March 19, 2019 0

With the results of numerous Royal Commissions now before us, and debate raging around how much we trust our institutions, the latest Essential Research report provides pause for thought. The report which summarises the results […]

What do Australians most value in life?

March 11, 2019 0

Landmark study shows how our values influence everyday behaviours  SYDNEY, MARCH 8, 2019– What values do Australians hold dear individually and collectively? What values underpin how Australians spend their time and money?  Answers to these questions are revealed in the […]

Have your say on Australia’s 2021 Census topics

April 5, 2018 0

The five-yearly Census provides critical data and information to support important Australian decisions by governments, community organisations, businesses and individuals. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is reviewing the information collected in the 2021 Census […]

We need to talk about bias: The Census

November 15, 2016 0

Bias is a critically important issue but very difficult to measure – nevertheless a challenge worthy of our industry, writes Stephen Holden. One thing that virtually everyone seems to believe about survey research is that […]

The US Election – Do Australians care?

November 8, 2016 0

What seems to be a perpetual U.S. election campaign trail will come to an end on Tuesday, and America will have a new president. In the far reaches of the southern hemisphere hovers Australia, poised […]

The Census: A Threat to Online Surveys?

October 11, 2016 0

The recent compulsory online census in Australia stirred a considerable amount of controversy, and for seemingly good reason. Ahead of census day concern was raised by many Australian residents at being told they must share […]

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