31 questions match this year
Overall, how optimistic are you about Australia’s economic performance in the world over the next five years?
Now about world events, how safe do you feel?
This year’s Lowy Institute feelings thermometer includes nineteen countries and territories, as well as the European Union and United Nations.
How important is our alliance relationship with the United States for Australia’s security?
In dealing with international problems, there can sometimes be a clash between Australia’s economic interests and Australia’s democratic values. When that happens, should interests or values be considered more important?
Do any of the following factors cause you to have an unfavourable opinion of the United States?
Should Australia continue to be involved militarily in Afghanistan?
Thinking about what Australian foreign policy should be trying to achieve, I am going to read a list of goals, and ask you to tell me how important each one is for Australia.
Thinking about Australia’s military involvement in Afghanistan, please say which of the following statements most closely reflects your own view. Australia is involved militarily in Afghanistan ...
On the issue of climate change ... Thinking about the next 25 years in Australia, please say how convincing you find the case for each of the following methods.
I am going to read you some statements about moving towards freer trade.
To what extent do you think the United States takes into account the interests of countries like Australia when making international policy decisions?
Would it be positive or negative if the US became significantly less powerful economically or politically?
Is it the duty of the Australian government to provide assistance to Australians caught up in dangerous events in another country?
If they are citizens of the other country as well as citizens of Australia, is it still the duty of the Australian government to help them?
Should Australia continue to be involved militarily in Iraq?
Would it be mainly positive or mainly negative if the United States becomes significantly less powerful economically?
Would it be mainly positive or mainly negative if the United States becomes significantly less powerful politically?
On balance, do you think signing a free trade agreement with Japan would be good or bad for Australia or would it make no difference?
We are in the early stages of negotiating a free trade agreement with China. On balance, do you think signing a free trade agreement with China would be good or bad for Australia?