Newsletter date: 17 June 2015
* Survey Results: IndigenousX: Constitutional Recognition Survey [Data Analysis by Celeste Liddle and Survey Conducted by IndigenousX] http://indigenousx.com.au/constitutional-recognition-survey/
* News Analysis: Amy McQuire, New Matilda: Online Poll Finds Majority Of Black Australia Opposed To Recognise Campaign
* Bio: Amy McQuire - New Matilda: https://newmatilda.com/users/amy-mcquire
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- Survey Results
IndigenousX: Constitutional Recognition Survey
-Data Analysis by Celeste Liddle and Survey Conducted by IndigenousX
" ... IndigenousX decided to release their own survey to the community on the topic of Constitutional Recognition. IndigenousX is uniquely positioned in Social Media as one of few Indigenous owned and operated online spaces that actively engages with many sides of the political spectrum, whether they are seen as ‘mainstream’ or not. In the 1.5 weeks this survey has been available for responses, 827 community members have responded. This survey was distributed online, via social media channels, and was shared widely. The results it has reaped have been telling. We will investigate the question responses one by one in the interest of transparency. ... "
- News Analysis
New Matilda: Online Poll Finds Majority Of Black Australia Opposed To Recognise Campaign
16 Jun 15: "A survey distributed on social media has recorded dramatically different results to those released by the government-funded group, finding stronger support for constitution reform among white Australia than black. Amy McQuire reports. Only 25 per cent of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people support the "grassroots" Recognise group, and a majority would vote no in a referendum if it delivered only symbolic recognition, according to a new poll that pours cold water on the Recognise’s claim that nine out of ten blackfellas support their campaign. ... " By Amy McQuire, a Darumbul woman from central Queensland. Amy McQuire is the former editor of the National Indigenous Times and Tracker magazine
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