Austrians consider themselves to be increasingly tolerant when it comes to sexuality, race and gender - but not on the topic of Islam, according to a new survey.

The survey, carried out by the meinungsraum.at institute on behalf of the Mauthausen Committee showed that 72 percent of those polled saw themselves as tolerant, although 60 percent believed their compatriots were largely intolerant.

Christina Matzka, from meinungsraum.at, said the results clearly showed that Austria "is definitely becoming more tolerant".

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