The Albanese government has committed to enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Constitution. What do Australians think of the idea?

Jacob Deem, Adrian Miller, A J Brown, Susan Bird

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Abstract

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his new government have committed to enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Australian Constitution. To do so, a majority of Australians in a majority of states will have to vote “yes” at a referendum. But what are the other challenges along the way? Why might people support a Voice, or why might they be against it? Last year, CQUniversity and Griffith University conducted the Australian Constitutional Values Survey to answer these questions.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jun 2022

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