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    Title: Most Australian voters not influenced by religion Personal Author: Blackford, Russell Author Affiliation: Lecturer, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Newcastle Source: Australian Humanist, The, No. 120, Summer 2016: 15

    Abstract: A recent survey conducted on behalf of the Rationalist Association of New South Wales and the Humanist Society of Queensland has found that only 14 per cent of Australians were influenced by their religious beliefs the last time they voted.

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