OmniPoll survey finds 60.7% broadly support changing constitution to set up Indigenous body to advise the parliament

Sixty per cent of Australians support a proposed model of Indigenous recognition the federal government has dismissed as having no realistic chance of getting past a referendum, according to polling released on Monday.

The online survey, conducted by OmniPoll in August for researchers at Griffith University and the University of New South Wales, found that 60.7% of respondents broadly supported a proposal to “change the constitution to set up a representative Indigenous body to advise the parliament on laws and policies affecting Indigenous people”.

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