ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence slips to 118.2

Economic : Finding No: 7610

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence slipped 0.6% last week, following a 0.8% decline in the previous week. A sharp improvement in households’ optimism regarding ‘future financial conditions’ was outweighed by deterioration in sentiment across the remaining subindices.

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Williams top shoe store ahead of The Athlete’s Foot

Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards - Shoe Stores - June 2018

Market Research : Finding No: 7689

Williams has Australia’s most satisfied shoe store customers in June with a customer satisfaction rating of 90.4% a significant increase of 8% from a year ago. Williams has overtaken both The Athlete’s Foot and Spend-less Shoes for customer satisfaction over the last year to claim monthly victories in each of the last three months: April – June 2018.

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Unemployment at 10% in July highest in nearly a year

Roy Morgan Monthly Unemployment & Under-employment - July 2018 - 18.6%

Economic : Finding No: 7683

Despite solid jobs growth over the past year, the overall growth in the Australian workforce means unemployment has increased to 10% in July. As noted in previous months, part-time employment continues to grow at a faster rate than full-time employment.

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One million potential for switching risk and life insurance policy providers

One million potential for switching risk and life insurance policy providers

Market Research : Finding No: 7688

New research from Roy Morgan shows that in the 12 months to June 2018, 1,008,000 risk and life insurance policies (10.8% of the total market) had the potential to change companies. This potential is the sum of the 242,000 that actually switched to another company and the 766,000 that renewed with the same company after having approached other companies. This combined figure represent a high predisposition to switching or lack of brand loyalty in this market.

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Magazine readership up on a year ago powered by a wide variety of titles

Media : Finding No: 7686

A total of 15,040,000 Australians aged 14+ (74.1 per cent) read magazines whether in print or online either via the web or an app. That is up 0.7 per cent, or 105,000, from a year ago according to the results released today from the Roy Morgan Australian Readership report for the 12 months to June 2018.

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Four out of five Australians continue to read newspapers

Media : Finding No: 7687

Roy Morgan today releases the latest readership results for Australian newspapers for the 12 months to June 2018. These results were not impacted by the announcement of the proposed merger between the Nine Entertainment Company and Fairfax Media in late July.

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NSW snowfields set to attract more Aussie skiers than Victorian fields

Skiing in Australia in New South Wales & Victoria - June 2018

Market Research : Finding No: 7679

Australian skiers and snowboarders are increasingly eyeing off Australian snow fields for their next holidays. Now 47% of Aussie skiers/snowboarders say they would like to visit at least one of Australia’s snow areas within the next two years, up 1% on the year to December 2014 the latest tourism data from Roy Morgan shows.

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Rugby viewership more than double Rugby League in NZ

Rugby viewership more than double Rugby League in NZ

Market Research : Finding No: 7680

Almost 1.7 million New Zealanders, or 43.6% of New Zealanders aged 14+, watch Rugby on TV whether Rugby Union Internationals, the Rugby World Cup, Super Rugby, the Mitre 10 Cup or other forms of Rugby according to the latest Roy Morgan research conducted in the year to June 2018.

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July Business Confidence down for third straight month to 113.6

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Economic : Finding No: 7685

Roy Morgan Business Confidence was down 0.8pts (-0.7%) to 113.6 in July. Confidence has dropped below its level of a year ago for the first time in 2018 and is now 3.4pts lower than in July 2017 and 2.7pts below its long-term average of 116.3.

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Satisfaction with New Zealand banks improves

Market Research : Finding No: 7682

New results from Roy Morgan show that customer satisfaction with banks in New Zealand in the 12 months to June 2018 was 79.2%, an increase from 76.8% in the 12 months to June 2017. The increase was a result of seven of the nine largest banks showing improved satisfaction, with Westpac the biggest improver up 5.0% points, followed by The Co-Operative Bank up 3.7% points and TSB Bank up 3.6% points.

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Netflix set to surge beyond 10 million users

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Media : Finding No: 7681

Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) juggernaut Netflix has continued its impressive growth over the last year with over 9.8 million Australians in the June 2018 quarter now having a Netflix subscription in their household – up nearly 30% on a year ago.

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The rise of the female breadwinner

March 06 2017

With International Women's Day almost upon us, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal that more women than ever are their household’s main income earner.

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State of the Nation Report No.28

Australia

Spotlight on Media

(August 2017)

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Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 03/08/18

    113.6
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 14/08/18

    118.2
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 27/07/2018

    118.4
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 25/07/2018

    158.0

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  • news.com.au

    5,859,000
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    5,335,000
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    5,049,000
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    3,922,000
  • The Age

    3,370,000

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