The ‘Two-Speed’ economy returns with soaring unemployment and under-employment in Australia’s four smaller States (QLD, WA, SA & Tas)

Roy Morgan Unemployment & Under-employment - August - October 2016

Economic : Finding No: 7079

Special analysis of Roy Morgan Research real employment estimates in each State over the past three months shows unemployment and under-employment are a growing problem in Australia’s four smallest States of Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania – all four of which now have total unemployment and under-employment above the national average.

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What your mobile phone says about you


Market Research : Finding No: 7068

Roy Morgan Research takes a look at how Apple and Samsung mobile owners compare when it comes to their demographics, attitudes, lifestyle, satisfaction and phone usage.
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ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence stabilises at 115.4

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence - November 29, 2016 - 115.4

Economic : Finding No: 7060

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence edged 0.1% lower to 115.4 this week, with the decline driven by a deterioration in households’ view of their finances. Providing some offset was an improvement in households’ views of the economic outlook. Households’ views of their finances compared to a year ago fell 1.5% last week, largely reversing the gain over the previous week. Meanwhile, households’ view of their future finances dropped 0.9%.
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Satisfaction with big four banks declines in October


Market Research : Finding No: 7062

The satisfaction level of the big four banks’ personal customers in the six months to October 2016 was 79.5%, down from the previous month. The main cause of this decline has been the big reduction in satisfaction among home-loan customers.
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Action-packed! Gen Z and the rise of athleisure wear


Market Research : Finding No: 7067

Some 1.6 million Australians buy men’s and/or women’s sportswear in an average four-week period, up from 1.3 million in 2011, with the latest Roy Morgan findings showing that the ‘athleisure’ trend means active-wear is now a viable fashion choice whether exercise is involved or not.
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Utilities providers and the customer satisfaction challenge


Market Research : Finding No: 7066

Generally ranking in the lower reaches of Roy Morgan’s overall Scale of Customer Satisfaction, Utilities Providers do not tend to stir their customers’ imaginations. But they’re a necessary fact of life, and with that in mind, we reveal the electricity and gas providers currently setting the pace in customer satisfaction.
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Trump victory raises questions

November 10 2016

As the world watched Donald Trump voted in as the next President of the United States of America,  two questions emerge:  Why did Donald Trump win?  Why did the Public Opinion Polls get it so wrong?

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State of the Nation 26: Australian Retail Industry

November 24 2016

The State of the Nation report looked at the ‘invasion’ of overseas retailers like H&M, ALDI, Costco, Zara – and in 2017 online giant Amazon, the battle for the online shopping dollar across a range of categories, the vital i...

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