Everyday play on console and other games increasing


Market Research : Finding No: 7163

Between 2012 and 2016, the number of Aussies who reported playing games on a handheld or console, PC, mobile phone and/or tablet increased from just over 7.6 million to almost 8.7 million people, while the number who play games on one or more of these devices every day skyrocketed.

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New Zealand’s ‘Housing Crisis’ dominates domestic issues as New Zealand heads towards September Election

New Zealand Housing Crisis - February 2017

Political : Finding No: 7131

A recent Roy Morgan survey on the ‘Most Important Problems facing New Zealand’ showed Government/ Public Policy/ Housing issues 41% (up 1% since October 2016) are clearly the most important set of problems facing New Zealand according to a representative cross-sample of 1,000 New Zealanders interviewed in January 2017.
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National Party support up slightly in February as new PM Bill English welcomes visit of Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull

Roy Morgan New Zealand Voting Intention - February 2017

Political : Finding No: 7149

During February support for National rose by 2% to 48% now well ahead of a potential Labour/ Greens alliance 39% (down 0.5%). If a New Zealand Election was held now the latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows National would retain Government with the support of minor party allies.

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Most Important Problems facing New Zealand in 2017 are Housing related, but the World faces Economic and War & Terrorism problems in almost equal measure according to New Zealanders

Most Important Problems Facing New Zealand - February 2017

Political : Finding No: 7128

In January 2017 Government/ Public Policy/ Housing issues are still clearly the most important problems facing New Zealand according to New Zealanders. A massive 41% of respondents (up 1% since October 2016) mention these issues. Within this bundle of concerns Housing affordability/ Increasing house prices (15%) and Housing shortage/ Homelessness (11%) are the most prominent.

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Australians divided on whether asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru should be brought here to Australia

Australians divided on whether asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru should be brought here to Australia

Social : Finding No: 7159

A special snap SMS Morgan Poll last weekend shows Australians are evenly divided as to whether asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru should be brought to Australia (50%) or not (50%). This special SMS Morgan Poll was conducted last weekend (February 17-19, 2017) with a cross-section of 1,266 Australians aged 18+.

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A majority of Australians don’t see the wider economic benefits of lowering company tax rates while more Australians want social welfare payments increased rather than reduced

Company Tax Cuts and Social Welfare Payments - February 2017

Social : Finding No: 7161

A special snap SMS Morgan Poll last weekend shows a majority of Australians (61%) do not believe lowering company tax rates would bring wider economic benefits to the community compared to 39% of Australians who believe it would.

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Roy Morgan announces winners of the 2016 Customer Satisfaction Awards


Market Research : Finding No: 7153

At a gala dinner in Melbourne last night, Roy Morgan’s CEO Michele Levine presented 32 awards to the winners of the sixth annual Customer Satisfaction Awards, paying tribute to their unwavering dedication to satisfying their customers – as judged by these very customers.

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