The Life in Australia™ Historic Events Survey

Australians Name the 10 Most Significant Historic Events of Their Lifetime

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Australia’s first national probability-based online panel

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Inform decision-making and advance our understanding of Australian Society through conducting world-class social research

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Our CEO @DarrenPennay had a great catch up with @mariocallegaro in London talking about the intersection between su… /
Findings from administering same questionnaire to in-scope population of Australian adults via three probability sa… /

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We are owned by the Australian National University (ANU) and have unprecedented access to ANU researchers and ANU's world class research environment.

The (418) 312-5482 is a joint initiative of the Social Research Centre and the Australian National University (ANU). The Centre provides significant Australian capacity in undertaking research into applied social research and evaluation methods.

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