South Australia's Strategic Plan is comprised of 100 targets. These targets are specific and measurable and enable us to measure our progress towards achieving the Plan's visions and goals.
Each target is reported on through this section of the website. Data has been updated as at December 2017.
Maintain the high rate of South Australians who believe cultural diversity is a positive influence in the community
The cultural diversity target previously used the household survey, which has been discontinued. In 2008 (the baseline year), 87.7% of South Australians surveyed accepted cultural diversity as a positive influence in the community. This declined slightly to 85.9% in 2012. The ABS General Social Survey is now used instead.
In 2010 83.2% of South Australian respondents stated they strongly agree or agree with the statement that ‘It is a good thing for a society to be made up of people from different cultures’. Of all respondents surveyed nationally, 80% indicated that they agree or strongly agree with the statement.
In 2014, 82.0% of South Australian respondents stating that they strongly agree or agree with the statement that ‘It is a good thing for a society to be made up of people from different cultures’