28 questions match this year
Which of the following statements comes closest to your views about democracy?
What should Australia do about global warming?
Do you think it is likely or unlikely that China will become a military threat to Australia in the next 20 years?
In your own view, is China more of an economic partner or more of a security threat to Australia?
How much confidence you have in the following leader to do the right thing regarding world affairs?
Here is a list of countries and territories. For each one, please indicate whether you agree or disagree that the country or territory is a democracy.
Now about world events, how safe do you feel?
This year’s Lowy Institute feelings thermometer includes eighteen countries and territories, as well as the European Union and United Nations.
Are you personally concerned or not concerned about the influence of each of the following countries on Australia’s political processes?
Next, indicate whether the first statement or the second statement comes closer to your own views, even if neither is exactly right:
How important is our alliance relationship with the United States for Australia’s security?
Now a question about Indonesia. Do you personally agree or disagree that Indonesia is a democracy?
Do you see the following possible threat as a critical threat, an important but not critical threat, or not an important threat to Australia's vital interests in the next ten years?
How much do you trust the following countries to act responsibly in the world?
Is it possible to have good relations with both the United States and China?
I am now going to read out a number of statements about Indonesia. For each one please say whether you personally agree or disagree.
Now a question about Papua New Guinea. Please say whether you personally agree or disagree with each of the following statements.
Do you think the Australian government is allowing too much, too little or the right amount of investment from China?
Do you personally think that the total number of migrants coming to Australia each year is too high, too low or about right?
Should Australia remain close to the United States under the presidency of Donald Trump?