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Census No Religion

With the votes ready to come in on Census night, Australian citizens are surveyed to get a better understanding on Australia's population. But the question that has divided citizens in recent years is on religion, with alleged discrepancies in the past of satirical and incorrect answers to the question. 

Lucy chats with Michael Boyd, the Vice President of the Atheist Foundation of Australia and campaigner for Census No Religion about the importance of answering the religion question in the Census honestly, and why the No Religion answer is gaining prominence.


Produced by Tim Cheeseman

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