Scott Morrison wins surprise Federal Election

Political : Finding No: 7988

Saturday’s Federal Election results shows the L-NP Government will likely be returned with a small majority. Analysis of the polls show all polls significantly underestimated the L-NP primary vote. The Roy Morgan Poll a week before the Federal Election had L-NP support at 38.5% – 2.9% lower than their actual vote of 41.4%.

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Facebook on top but Instagram and Pinterest growing fastest

Market Research : Finding No: 7979

Facebook is easily Australia’s most widely used Social Network early in 2019 with over 17.1 million Australians aged 14+ (83%) visiting Facebook in an average four weeks, an increase of almost 4.2 million (+32.4%) from four years ago according to the latest research from Roy Morgan.
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Over nine million general insurance policies at risk of being switched – CGU and RACV top for loyalty

Market Research : Finding No: 7978

A new report from Roy Morgan, ‘General Insurance Industry Market Overview Currency Report’, shows that during the last 12 months, 9.4 million general insurance policies, or nearly one in five (19.1%) were subject to review. This was made up of the policies that were switched to another company and those that were renewed with the same company after approaching other companies. Companies with the most loyal customers (% who renew without looking around) are CGU and RACV; ahead of RACQ, CBA, Apia and Suncorp.

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Satisfaction with New Zealand banks declines

Market Research : Finding No: 7976

A new report from Roy Morgan (‘Customer Satisfaction – Consumer Banking in New Zealand') shows that customer satisfaction with banks in New Zealand in the 12 months to March 2019 was 77.5%, a decline from 78.1% in the 12 months to March 2018. This decline was as a result of six of the nine largest banks showing drops in satisfaction, with BNZ showing the biggest decline , down 2.9% points, followed by ANZ , down 1.2% points and The Co-operative Bank (down 1.1% points). The three banks showing improved satisfaction were Rabobank (up 8.8% points), SBS Bank (up 1.3% points) and ASB up 1.1% points.

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Guardian wins Pharmacy satisfaction ahead of Priceline

Market Research : Finding No: 7983

Guardian is the Roy Morgan Pharmacy/Chemist of the month for March with a customer satisfaction rating of 93% edging out Priceline Pharmacy on 92% and TerryWhite Chemmart and 2018 Pharmacy/Chemist of the Year Discount Drug Stores both on 91%.

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Indonesian Consumer Confidence at 160 in the April election month

Economic : Finding No: 7977

In April 2019 as Indonesians went to the polls to elect a President and a legislature Roy Morgan Indonesian Consumer Confidence fell 1.3pts from March to 160.0. This is 1.9pts higher than a year ago in April 2018 (158.1) and a significant 23.3pts above the long-run average (2005-2019) of 136.7.

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66% of Australians think the ALP will win Federal Election

Political : Finding No: 7980

A special Roy Morgan SMS Poll conducted over the last few days shows a large majority of 66% of Australian electors think the ALP will win this week’s Federal Election compared to only 34% that think the L-NP Coalition will win.

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Melbourne a dominant holiday destination for Australians

Market Research : Finding No: 7973

The latest research from Roy Morgan shows that over 11.9 million Australians (58.3%) are planning on spending at least one night on their next trip in a domestic destination in Australia.

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News and Reality TV are the most popular TV genres

News and Reality TV are the most popular TV genres

Market Research : Finding No: 7969

Australia’s leading TV networks know the importance of the early evening TV news bulletin for setting up their evening programs and the latest research from Roy Morgan confirms that News is the most watched TV genre in an average week seen by 61% of Australians – the only TV genre seen by more than 1-in-2 Australians.
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The Greens are hoping for a big election. But who are they?

The Greens are hoping for a big election. But who are they?

Political : Finding No: 7974

Australians head to an important Federal Election this week with the latest Roy Morgan Polls showing the ALP 51% with a narrow lead over the L-NP 49% on a two-party preferred basis. Support for the Greens was at 11% in the Roy Morgan Poll conducted on May 4/5, 2019.
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Women closing the superannuation gap

October 12 2018

New research from Roy Morgan shows that over the last decade, women have closed the gap considerably to men on superannuation, both for ownership levels and average balances. In 2008 only 57.4% of females had superannuation, compared to males with 66...

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Wonder Woman top superhero for Young Australians

September 24 2018

Wonder Woman is now the favourite superhero for Australian kids. An estimated 368,000 kids aged 6-13 years old in the year to June 2018 pick Wonder Woman as their favourite superhero flying ahead of former leader Batman on 303,000 new research fro...

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Wonder Woman on top and Captain Marvel one to watch

March 07 2019

Wonder Woman is again Australia’s favourite superhero for kids aged 6-13 years old. An estimated 394,000 Aussie kids picked Wonder Woman as their favourite superhero in the year to December 2018, up a stunning 137,000 from a year ago. W...

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State of the Nation 29 - Spotlight on Election 2019


Spotlight on Election 2019

(May 2019)


Federal 2 Party Vote

Morgan Poll - May 2019. 1,265 electors Party

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