Q. Overall, do you think that laws governing racial discrimination in Australia are too strict, too weak or about right?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other||Nov 2016|
40% think Australia current laws governing racial discrimination are about right, 26% think they are too weak and 16% think they are too strict. These results are almost unchanged since this question was asked in November.
Those most likely to think they are too weak were Greens voters (37%) and people aged 18-34 (30%).
Those most likely to think they are too strict were other voters (29%) and aged 55+ (25%).
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