The graphs do not attempt to prove anything. They just illustrate the views of Australians on a number of topical issues, and compare demographic information.
The most flagrantly racist people, as one might expect, are typically poorly educated, lower class, and live further out.
This turned into a big story last year and sparked a lot of outrage. These are not average Australians.
I think there's islamophobia in most western media at the moment. I spoke to a muslim cleric a few months ago who told me that journalists often don't publish her comments, and instead go fishing for extremist comments to publish in stories.
It's America's fault that there is blatant racism in Australia. It's also America's fault that Australia was closing its doors to non-European immigrants in 1903 at a time when America had its immigration doors wide open to all.
"I absorb energy like a sponge everywhere I go. It allows me to see the world and my purpose in it." Zak Bagans, Ghost Adventures (INFJ)
And frankly a people who are largely immigrants IMO have little right to be anti-immigration. May seem odd, but then many classic anti-immigration arguments don't hold for ex-colonial and/or "New World" countries. This includes the USA and Canada incidentally.