ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence stabilising for now at 111.4

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence - February 9, 2016 - 111.4

: Finding No: 6670

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence rose 0.2% this week to 111.4, breaking the declining trend in confidence seen over the previous four weeks. The recent weakness has left confidence below its long-run average levels (-1.2%), however, today’s result may suggest the concerns around financial market volatility have abated somewhat.
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Vegetarianism on the rise in New Zealand

Market Research : Finding No: 6663

Roy Morgan Research has found the proportion of Kiwis who say the food they eat is all, or almost all, vegetarian has grown 27% since 2011—with growth sharpest among a few key groups: 14-34 year-olds, North Islanders, and men.
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We’re all going on a summer holiday

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: Finding No: 6654

True, Cliff Richard was probably not thinking about Australia when he sang about taking a summer holiday, but as our latest findings reveal, summer is the peak season for Aussies taking a domestic trip.
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The Uber phenomenon

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Market Research : Finding No: 6658

Traditional taxi drivers hate it, but there’s no escaping the fact that mobile ride-hailing service Uber is on the rise in Australia.
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Nick Xenophon Team (NXT) increases support in South Australia while L-NP well in front in NSW and ALP holds solid lead in Victoria

New South Wales Premier Mike Baird and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews

Political : Finding No: 6656

In South Australia the new Nick Xenophon Team (NXT) has backed up its strong showing in last week’s Morgan Poll on Federal Voting intention and is supported by 20.5% (up 2.5% since early December 2015) of South Australian electors. In South Australia the L-NP opposition lead is down slightly over the Weatherill ALP Government: L-NP 53% cf. ALP 47%.

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Nuts for Nutella (and other choc/hazelnut spreads)

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Market Research : Finding No: 6653

While not as popular as salty spreads like Vegemite and peanut butter, or as widely consumed as honey or jam, chocolate/hazelnut spreads have a definite cult following...
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The Dick Smith dilemma

January 14 2016

With news of Australia’s oldest electronics retail chain Dick Smith going into receivership, Roy Morgan Research takes a look at how the major players in this competitive sector have been tracking over the last five years.

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Not quite Masters of the (hardware) universe

January 19 2016

Despite the fact that Woolworths has admitted defeat and is winding up Masters Home Improvement, the latest findings from Roy Morgan research reveal the number of Aussies shopping at Masters was on the rise, fast approaching the customer volume of it...

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Helix Personas launches in Indonesia

January 29 2016

Indonesia is an increasingly important market for Australian and New Zealand exporters. The country’s 250 million people are going through a social and economic transformation with a large middle class being established. Along with this are rising le...

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