Consumer satisfaction with big four banks up in July

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Market Research : Finding No: 6942

The satisfaction level of the big four banks’ personal customers as of July 2016 was up fractionally on June. This improvement was due to a marginal increase (up 0.2% points) among non-home loan customers and a minor decline (down 0.1% points) in home-loan customer satisfaction.
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ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence falls after Olympics ends, but still at high levels - 118.4 (down 3.4pts)

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating - August 30, 2016 - 118.4

Economic : Finding No: 6940

After posting solid gains over the previous two weeks, ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence fell 2.8% to 118.4 this week. Looking through the weekly volatility, confidence remains on a clear upward trend, with the headline index up 1.9% m/m in August. The decline in confidence was entirely driven by households’ views of the economic outlook.
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Fewer Australians paying to see the doctor

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Market Research : Finding No: 6935

The latest findings from Roy Morgan show that the proportion of us paying for a visit to the doctor has declined over the past decade -- a downturn that is evident across most income brackets, including the higher end of the range.
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National support down but still has election winning lead after boost from $1 billion housing infrastructure fund announcement wears off

Prime Minister John Key and Opposition Leader Andrew Little

Political : Finding No: 6946

During August support for National fell 7% to 46%, still well ahead of a potential Labour/Greens alliance 40% (up 3%). If a New Zealand Election was held now the latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows National would clearly be in the best position to form Government.

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The tea party: Australians love a cuppa

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Market Research : Finding No: 6937

Playwright Noel Coward once pondered, “Wouldn’t it be dreadful to live in a country where they didn’t have tea?” The latest findings from Roy Morgan reveal that Coward would have no such worries in Australia, where half the population drink at least one cuppa in an average week.
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85% of Australian households have completed the ABS Census despite website problems‎, Roy Morgan Research finds

ABS 2016 Census Completion SMS Poll - August 26, 2016

Social : Finding No: 6949

A special snap SMS Morgan Poll this week shows a clear majority of Australian households (85%) have now completed the 2016 Census despite problems with the Census website on the designated Census date – Tuesday August 9, 2016. This special SMS Morgan Poll was conducted over the last two days (Wednesday & Thursday) with a cross-section of 5,580 Australians aged 18+.
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State of the Nation 25: Spotlight on Financial Risk

Roy Morgan State of the Nation 25 - Focus on Financial Risks

Social : Finding No: 6941

Roy Morgan Research CEO Michele Levine this week presented the latest State of the Nation Report in Melbourne and Sydney, with a special Spotlight on Financial Risk including Mortgage debt & stress, Income risks and the adequacy of retirement funding.

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The final Olympics tally: Seven reaches nearly three million through digital platforms

Market Research : Finding No: 6934

The medals have been tallied, and so have the total audiences across television, website and app, social media, and YouTube. New cross-platform audience research from Roy Morgan shows three in four Australians aged 14+ tuned in to watch the 2016 Rio Olympics – including 2.9 million across Seven’s new digital platforms.
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Australian real unemployment jumps to 10.5% (up 0.9%) in July during post-election uncertainty

Roy Morgan Unemployment - July 2016 - 10.5%

Economic : Finding No: 6928

July unemployment rose 0.9% to 10.5% - nearly double the current ABS figure for June 2016 (5.8%). Now 1.365 million Australians (up 268,000 since July 2015) are unemployed. The rising level of unemployment over the past year was caused by an increase in the size of the overall Australian workforce to 13,007,000 (up 334,000 since July 2015) which wasn’t matched by a similar increase in employment.

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No half-measures for Aussie chocolate lovers

August 18 2016

With more than half the population consuming at least one chocolate bar in an average four-week period, it’s safe to say that we’re a nation of chocolate fans. But for many people, chocolate bars are just the start: it takes considerably ...

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Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 08/08/16

    116.1
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 30/08/16

    118.4
  • Chinese Consumer Confidence 22/06/2016

    143.7
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 18/08/2016

    117.7
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 26/07/2016

    150.3

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Latest Roy Morgan Unemployment & Under-employment Estimates - July 2016

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Australia - June 2016 Website visitors 14+
  • SMH

    4,850,000
  • news.com.au

    4,801,000
  • ABC News

    4,035,000
  • Daily Mail

    3,634,000
  • The Age

    3,302,000

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