Deliberative PollingĀ® on Reconciliation in Australia

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A history rooted within ethnocentric social paradigms has created a social divide among the Australian population, between the Indigenous and Non-Indigenous communities. This divide has amplified unfavorable attitudes and negative stereotypes towards Aboriginal people. The inability for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous communities of Australia to reach a common ground has lead to continual disruptions hindering the establishment of salient public policies for Australian Reconciliation.