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17 May 2022

Find out all of the quirky things that make Aussies tick in our 2022 Sense of Us Report

It’s always been a bit tricky to pick out exactly what it means to be Australian. It’s got something to do with wearing thongs and sausage sizzes, doesn’t it? Of course, but also not really.

We’re just such a unique bunch of people with our own interesting things going on. And these things that make us who we are constantly changing. But among all the differences and changes of the past few years, there are some things, some quite surprising things, which bring us together as a country.

Keep on reading and you’ll discover some of the most interesting things in our second annual Sense Of Us report. You’ll laugh, cry and maybe even snort about the latest Aussies have in common.

NFT Lies

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The Sense of Us reckons 40% of Aussies claim to know what an NFT is. Men are more likely to say they know (49%) – compared to women (31%).

Good Vibes Only

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8 in 10 Australians are feeling positive about 2022, while 31% are looking to shake things up!

Ditching Milk

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1.7 million Aussies probably haven’t eaten cereal with milk. The Sense Of Us reckons 8% of Aussies don’t drink any kind of milk. Not even almond or soy.

Guilty Pleasure Shows

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Reality TV is our favourite guilty pleasure. The Sense Of Us reckons 40% of Aussies hate-watched MAFS over the last year.

Emojis

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The Sense Of Us reckons 74% of Aussies use 😂 to laugh but 7% use 💀.

Smiling at Strangers

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The Sense Of Us reckons 88% of Aussies still smile at strangers in the street.
What'd you think? That skull emoji was a massive plot twist.
If you’re stinging to learn more about the things Aussies are into in 2022, check out the full report.

The survey was conducted online in March 2022 by YouGov on behalf of ING and sampled 2,342 Australians aged 18 years and older. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all Australian adults (aged 18+).

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