FARE conducts regular nation-wide polling to determine community attitudes and behaviours relating to alcohol.
We see polling as an important way to track community attitudes on a range of issues. This assists with determining our priorities and informing governments of community opinions on varied policy options.
While the specific purpose of the poll varies from year to year depending on our specific alcohol policy objectives, some key objectives have remained consistent throughout. These include:
Determining community attitudes towards alcohol in Australia
Gaining an understanding of self-reported alcohol consumption patterns in Australia
Determining current perspectives on various alcohol-related policies.
We welcome your thoughts on information you’d like to find out about regarding Australians drinking habits and their attitudes and opinions towards alcohol.
The poll assesses Australians’ attitudes towards alcohol, alcohol consumption trends, awareness of the risks associated with alcohol use and perspectives on various alcohol policies.
The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) commissioned Galaxy Research to carry out polling of NSW adults to determine their perspectives on community safety, alcohol-related policies and actions taken by the NSW Premier to address alcohol-related violence.
FARE’s 2013 Annual Alcohol Poll was launched at the Cancer Council of Victoria’s office in Melbourne on Thursday 18 April. Perceptions on alcohol by voting
The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) commissioned Galaxy Research to carry out polling to explore community attitudes and behaviours relating to alcohol.
The 2012 Annual Alcohol Poll was launched at 10am, Tuesday 17 April 2012 in Sydney. Carried out by Galaxy Research, the poll asked Australians questions