National (48.5%) with biggest lead over Labour/ Greens (40%) since July 2013 as New Zealanders celebrate the Royal visit of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge

Prime Minister John Key and Opposition Leader David Cunliffe

Political : Finding No: 5549

Today’s New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows a large jump in support for National (48.5%, up 5.5%) now with its largest lead over a potential Labour/Greens alliance (40%, down 5%) since July 2013 as New Zealanders celebrated the visit of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Falls Modestly

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence - April 15, 2014

Economic : Finding No: 5540

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence fell a further 1.1% in the week ending 13 April to 112.7, after recording modest falls in the two previous weeks. It is possible that news around the upcoming Federal Budget – including news that Treasurer Joe Hockey is exploring raising the pension age to 70 – weighed on sentiment last week. While confidence now sits around its long-run average, it remains around 9% lower than its most recent peak in November last year.

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Aussie kids go gaga for Adventure Time’s Finn and Jake

Market Research : Finding No: 5536

In just one year, the two stars of the Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time have overtaken long-established 2D heroes to become the favourite cartoon characters of more Aussie kids than any others.

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Federal 2 Party Vote

Morgan Poll - March 29/30 & April 5/6, 2014. 2,869 electors Party
  • ALP

  • L-NP


Confidence Ratings

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  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 12/03/2014

  • NZ Consumer Confidence 18/04/2014



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  • Under-Employment


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