Public Perceptions of Innovation Report

In 2016–17 former Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (DSITI) commissioned market research company Colmar Brunton to find out about the Queensland public’s perceptions and attitudes towards innovation.

The resulting Queenslanders’ perceptions and attitudes to innovation report was released in September 2017, specifically looking at:

  • how the Queensland public define innovation and their overall level of interest in it
  • how people view the importance of innovation for themselves and the state
  • the barriers and enablers to achieving an innovative culture
  • regional and demographic differences across the state.

You can view the:

Alternatively, you can download one of eight regional snapshots from across Queensland:

Last updated 17 Dec, 2018
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