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export default GROUPS_DESCRIPTIONS = {
abortion: `People who strongly or somewhat agree that a woman should be able to have an abortion under any circumstances.`,
age: `Responses across seven different age brackets.`,
'alcohol consumption': `People who drink at least one or more drinks per week.`,
ancestry: `People were asked the ethnic or cultural origins of their ancestors and could select multiple responses, which were coded as either ‘white’ or ‘non-white’. A person who listed a ‘non-white’ ancestry was categorised as having non-white ancestry.`,
assimilation: `People who somewhat or strongly agreed with the statement ‘Most immigrants these days don’t try hard enough to fit into Australian society’.`,
'birth country': `People were categorised based on whether they were born in Australia or elsewhere.`,
'cannabis legalisation': `People who strongly or somewhat agreed with the statement ‘Marijuana should be legalised’.`,
'cannabis use': `People who ever use cannabis.`,
'Chinese Australian': `Everyone who identified their ancestry as Chinese, regardless of where they were born, are included in this group.`,
'climate change': `People who said ‘very much a problem’ or ‘somewhat a problem’ in response to the question ‘To what extent do you consider the following a problem for you personally? Climate change.’`,
cycling: `People who ride a bike several times a year or more as a mode of transport to get around.`,
disability: `People who identify as having a disability.`,
education: `People were asked to choose from 26 options in response to the question ‘What is the highest level of education that you have completed?’, ranging from ‘Year 8 or below’ through to ‘Doctoral Degree Level’. ‘Certificate or diploma’ includes all certificate levels and diplomas, ‘Bachelor degree’ includes Bachelor degrees only, and ‘Graduate degree’ includes graduate diplomas, graduate certificates, masters, postgraduate degrees and doctoral degrees.`,
'employment status': `People who are currently employed or self-employed.`,
exercise: `People who exercise at least once a month or more.`,
'Facebook use': `People who use Facebook not often, somewhat often or very often.`,
'family values': `People who somewhat or strongly agree that ‘The decline of the traditional family has made Australia worse off’.`,
gambling: `People who ever gamble.`,
happiness: `People who mostly or somewhat feel generally happy.`,
'home ownership': `Home-owners own their home either outright or with a mortgage.`,
immigrant: `People were categorised based on whether they were born in Australia, or arrived in Australia more than 10, or 10 or less, years ago.`,
income: `People were asked their combined family income before taxes, with responses allocated across six brackets.`,
'Instagram use': `People who use Instagram not often, somewhat often or very often.`,
language: `People were divided into two groups, based on their answer to the question ‘Do you speak a language other than English at home?’`,
'marital status': `Married people are those who responded ‘married’ or ‘married (de facto)’. Divorced or separated people are those who responded ‘divorced’ or ‘separated but not divorced’.`,
'men by age': `This group shows how men across the seven age brackets answered the question.`,
'men by education': `This group shows how men across the four education categories answered the question. People were asked to choose from 26 options in response to the question ‘What is the highest level of education that you have completed?’, ranging from ‘Year 8 or below’ through to ‘Doctoral Degree Level’. ‘Certificate or diploma’ includes all certificate levels and diplomas, ‘Bachelor degree’ includes Bachelor degrees only, and ‘Graduate degree’ includes graduate diplomas, graduate certificates, masters, postgraduate degrees and doctoral degrees.`,
'men by income': `This group shows how men across the six income categories answered the question.`,
'men by region': `This group shows how men in inner metro, outer metro, regional and rural areas answered the question. People were asked their postcode, which was used to allocate them to a Federal electorate. Electorates were categorised based on AEC classifications - inner metro (situated in capital cities and consisting of well-established built-up suburbs), outer metro (situated in capital cities and containing large areas of recent suburban expansion), regional (outside capital cities, but with a majority of enrolment in major provincial cities) and rural (outside capital cities and without majority of enrolment in major provincial cities).`,
'men by vote': `This group shows how men answered the question, based on their first preference vote in the 2019 election. People were asked if they voted in the 2019 Federal election, and if so, which party they voted for as their first preference in the House of Representatives. (Choices varied between States and included Australian Labor Party, Greens, Independent, Liberal National Party, Liberal Party, National Party, Country Liberals, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, United Australia Party and Other Party or Candidate).`,
'nude selfies': `People who agree or strongly agree they would send someone else a nude picture of themselves online.`,
optimism: `People who are overall very or somewhat optimistic about their own future.`,
patriotism: `People who strongly or somewhat agree that Australia is the best country in the world in which to live.`,
pets: `People who strongly or somewhat agree that they would rather spend time with pets than people.`,
'porn use': `People who ever watch porn.`,
region: `People were asked their postcode, which was used to allocate them to a Federal electorate. Electorates were categorised based on AEC classifications - inner metro (situated in capital cities and consisting of well-established built-up suburbs), outer metro (situated in capital cities and containing large areas of recent suburban expansion), regional (outside capital cities, but with a majority of enrolment in major provincial cities) and rural (outside capital cities and without majority of enrolment in major provincial cities).`,
religion: `People were categorised based on their response to the question ‘What is your religion, if you have one?’`,
sex: `People were categorised by sex into male, female and other.`,
'sexual activity': `People who have sex at least once a month or more.`,
sleep: `People who have seven or more hours sleep per day.`,
'smacking children': `People who agree that smacking children is acceptable.`,
smoking: `People who ever smoke.`,
'state region': `People were divided by state and then further sub-divided by region based on their postcode (see region for definition).`,
state: `People were categorised into states based on their postcode.`,
'Twitter use': `People who use Twitter not often, somewhat often or very often.`,
vegetarianism: `People who are ‘vegan’, ‘vegetarian’ or ‘semi-vegetarians’.`,
vote: `People were asked if they voted in the 2019 Federal election, and if so, which party they voted for as their first preference in the House of Representatives. (Choices varied between States and included Australian Labor Party, Greens, Independent, Liberal National Party, Liberal Party, National Party, Country Liberals, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, United Australia Party and Other Party or Candidate).`,
'women by age': `This group shows how women across the seven age brackets answered the question.`,
'women by education': `This group shows how women across the four education categories answered the question. People were asked to choose from 26 options in response to the question ‘What is the highest level of education that you have completed?’, ranging from ‘Year 8 or below’ through to ‘Doctoral Degree Level’. ‘Certificate or diploma’ includes all certificate levels and diplomas, ‘Bachelor degree’ includes Bachelor degrees only, and ‘Graduate degree’ includes graduate diplomas, graduate certificates, masters, postgraduate degrees and doctoral degrees.`,
'women by income': 'This group shows how women across the six income categories answered the question.',
'women by region': `This group shows how women in inner metro, outer metro, regional and rural areas answered the question. People were asked their postcode, which was used to allocate them to a Federal electorate. Electorates were categorised based on AEC classifications - inner metro (situated in capital cities and consisting of well-established built-up suburbs), outer metro (situated in capital cities and containing large areas of recent suburban expansion), regional (outside capital cities, but with a majority of enrolment in major provincial cities) and rural (outside capital cities and without majority of enrolment in major provincial cities).`,
'women by vote': `This group shows how women answered the question, based on their first preference vote in the 2019 election. People were asked if they voted in the 2019 Federal election, and if so, which party they voted for as their first preference in the House of Representatives. (Choices varied between States and included Australian Labor Party, Greens, Independent, Liberal National Party, Liberal Party, National Party, Country Liberals, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, United Australia Party and Other Party or Candidate).`
};
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