The United States Studies Centre conducted the following National Opinion Surveys.
In 2011, almost a decade after the September 11 attacks, the US Studies Centre conducted a major survey of Australian and American attitudes towards security and the war on terror.
The 2010 survey canvassed the attitudes of Australians and Americans towards illegal immigrants, immigration generally, and the strengths and weaknesses of party policies.
Conducted in 2009, this survey comparing Australian and American attitudes to climate change found it to be a “wedge” issue in both countries.
The United States Studies Centre conducted a major survey on the views of Australians towards the United States and the 2008 presidential election, undertaken in October 2008 during the financial crisis.
In 2007, the United States Studies Centre commissioned the most comprehensive survey of Australian attitudes towards the United States ever undertaken.