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CulturalPulse conducted an online survey in 12 languages to understand the unique perspectives of multicultural Australians regarding the Voice to Parliament Referendum.  Australia’s multicultural landscape is a rich tapestry woven together by individuals from different cultural backgrounds, each contributing unique perspectives and experiences to the country’s social fabric.

This report not only explores the depths of multicultural opinion about the Voice to Parliament Referendum but it also assesses the effectiveness of recent communications surrounding this important national decision.

Our extensive survey has gathered responses from 1,303 Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Australians including Arabic, Chinese, English, Greek, South Korean, Nepali, Indian, Spanish, Turkish, Tagalog and Vietnamese.  The respondents from across the country are representative of Australia’s cultural populations according to the 2021 Census.

This report serves as an invaluable resource for stakeholders, policy makers and campaigners seeking to navigate the multicultural landscape and make informed decisions that reflect the broad ethos of Australia’s diverse society.

Download a copy of the report here.