80 %

80% of Australians agree Indigenous Australians should be able to decide their way of life for themselves.

Opinions towards Indigenous Australians remain complex. Australians generally support improving outcomes, but don't consider issues facing Indigenous people as the most important to the nation. Despite strong support for changes to the constitution to both remove reference to race and to recognise culture, language and heritage, Australians are divided on how and where general improvements can be made.