A new national survey shows the majority of Australians want the day left as it is. But it also suggests a groundswell for change is in the works.
There has been a clear trend since the 1980s towards more favourable public attitudes on Indigenous issues. The reason? A better-educated citizenry.
A set of studies found people prefer incentives to disincentives, especially for individuals but also for businesses. They have views on clean energy and efficiency, too.
Disinformation is being privatized around the world. This new industry is built on a dangerous combination of cheap labor, high-tech algorithms and emotional national narratives.
New research shows gambling participation in Australia is dropping.
Indonesian public support for the death penalty declines when they learn more about its scope and administration.
Pew asked people in 17 countries how they felt about climate change. The survey found some optimism but also deep ideological divides, particularly in the United States.
Profit-friendly data privacy laws in the U.S. are out of step with public sentiment and hinder uses the public supports, from reducing opioid overdose deaths to curbing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most Americans support clean energy in principle, but what will they do when wind turbines or high-voltage transmission lines come to town?
According to a new poll, people across political and demographic lines think the private space race is good for the future but still just an ego trip for the billionaires involved.
Multiple factors determined whether or not individual Americans adopted COVID-19 safety measures, according to statistical analysis of public opinion data.
A new survey of Taiwanese and Australian citizens has revealed some surprising results about their views on security and China.
Presidents form commissions to study controversial problems and recommend solutions. President Biden created one while under pressure to pack the Supreme Court. Will a commission help him politically?
French policymakers understand that sharing the burdens of military operations with global partners can help boost flagging support at home.
How does pretrial publicity affect jury verdicts? What kind of verdicts are made when the jury is racially diverse? An expert on juries answers questions raised in the wake of the Chauvin verdicts.
Social media censorship in the US fails to tackle the rising trend of ‘disinformation-for-hire’ cyber troops.
Australians are highly engaged on the topic, yet don’t have strong opinions either way. Among potential migrants, only Indians showed a high degree of interest in Australia as a destination.
People know a lot about their friends and neighbors – and pollsters can learn from that information, if they ask.
The way in which Australians think about leadership in the education sector has changed throughout the pandemic. It’s seen as a public good, with ethics and accountability gaining in importance.
An expert on the history of polling has a first take on how pollsters did this year.