Australia still embraces multiculturalism but fracture lines are deepening | David Marr | Australia news | The Guardian

The 2017 report confirms:

A citizenship ceremony in the harbour during Australia Day celebrations in Sydney, Australia, January 26, 2016.

80% of Australians reject the notion of selecting immigrants by race,
85% believe multiculturalism is good for this country. “It’s a very strong brand,” says Markus. “You even go to rural areas and get amazing majorities of people who think it’s good for Australia.”
74% reject the idea of selecting immigrants by religion, and
56% of us believe the number of migrants Australia takes each year is either about right or too low.

Australia still embraces multiculturalism but fracture lines are deepening | David Marr | Australia news | The Guardian