ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating weakens 1.2% to 112.4

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating - October 17, 2017 - 112.4

Economic : Finding No: 7327

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence failed to sustain the gain showed last week, dropping 1.2% to 112.4. This dragged the index below its long term average. The loss was broad based as four out of the five sub-components showed a decline.
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Australians are voting in favour of same sex marriage

Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey - October 2017

Market Research : Finding No: 7368

It’s Official: A majority of Australians are set to vote in favour of same sex marriage in the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey currently being conducted around Australia.

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Australians don’t want the Adani mine

It's Official: Australians don't want Adani mine

Political : Finding No: 7364

As reported on Monday night by Michele Levine on ABCTV’s Q&A a special Roy Morgan Snap SMS Survey taken last weekend finds the majority of Australians (53.5%) do not think ‘the Adani mine should go ahead’. Only 16% that say the Adani mine should go ahead while a further 30.5% either haven’t heard of the Adani mine or didn’t indicate a preference for whether it should go ahead or not.
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345,000 Aussie mortgage holders have no real equity in their homes

345,000 mortgage holders have no real equity in their homes

Market Research : Finding No: 7372

It’s Official: Overall some 8% (345,000) of mortgage holders in Australia in the year to August 2017 have been identified as having little or no real equity in their home, an increase from 7.1% twelve months ago. This is based on the fact that the value of their home is only equal to or less than the amount they still owe, placing them at considerable risk if they have to sell or prices decline.
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New Zealanders say the DPRK will use a nuclear weapon

Political : Finding No: 7346

A special Roy Morgan SMS Survey taken in late September, after the New Zealand Election, shows a majority (58%) of New Zealanders saying it is either ‘Very likely’ (19%) or ‘Fairly likely’ (39%) that North Korea will use a nuclear weapon compared to 42% that say it is ‘Fairly unlikely’ (31%) or ‘Very unlikely’ (11%).
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Kmart leads discount department store satisfaction

Kmart leads discount department store satisfaction

Social : Finding No: 7369

It’s Official: Kmart customers are now more satisfied than the customers of the other major discount department stores. New research from Roy Morgan shows that customer satisfaction with Kmart in August 2017 was 87.6%, which now places it ahead of its major competitors. This is an improvement from a year ago when it was ranked fifth, behind Target, Best&Less, Harris Scarfe and Costco.
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2.498 million Australians (18.9%) now unemployed or under-employed

Roy Morgan Unemployment & Under-employment Estimates - September 2017 - 18.9%

Economic : Finding No: 7353

In September 1.202 million Australians were unemployed (9.1% of the workforce); an increase of 101,000 (up 0.6%) on a year ago. In addition 1.296 million Australians (9.8% of the workforce) are now under-employed and looking for work or looking for more work, up a significant 294,000 (2.1%) in a year.
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Australians not concerned about use of mass facial recognition technology

Facial Recognition Surveillance Technology

Market Research : Finding No: 7366

As reported last night by Michele Levine on ABCTV’s Q&A,  a special Roy Morgan Snap SMS Survey taken last weekend finds the majority of Australians (67.5%) are not concerned that ‘under anti-terror measures State Governments will provide driver licence photos for mass facial-recognition technology’ while 32.5% are concerned.
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Myer leads David Jones for customer satisfaction

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Market Research : Finding No: 7363

It’s Official: Myer customers are more satisfied than customers of David Jones. New research from Roy Morgan shows that customer satisfaction with Myer in August 2017 was 88.6%, which now places it ahead of its major competitor, David Jones on 85.1%.

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‘Belong’ launch set to shake up mobile category

Telstra Launches New Mobile Brand Beyond Discover - October 2017

Market Research : Finding No: 7365

Telstra subsidiary Belong this week launched its new mobile phone service and the low-cost brand is set to intensify competition in the 20 million plus Australian mobile phone market.

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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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8.4 million Australians watched the AFL Grand Final

October 02 2017

A special snap Roy Morgan SMS survey taken on Sunday shows 8.4 million Australians (44.5%) aged 18+ watched Saturday’s AFL Grand Final and a further 1.8 million (9.5%) watched ‘Just the Highlights’ while 8.7 million Australians (46%...

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State of the Nation Report No.28

Australia

Spotlight on Media

(August 2017)

state of the nation report 28 

Federal 2 Party Vote

Federal Election - July 2, 2016. 14,262,016 electors Party

Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 06/10/17

    113.2
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 17/10/17

    112.4
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 12/10/2017

    126.3
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 24/08/2017

    152.1

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    5,144,000
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