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Australians see the Environment as the World’s biggest problem but in Australia it’s the Economy

The research was conducted in Australia, during June 2019 with a nationally representative sample of 638 men and women aged 14 or over. Respondents were asked: “What do you think is the most important problem facing the World today?” and “What do you think is the most important problem facing Australia today?”
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Government Confidence jumps after L-NP win Election

Finding No. 8041 – This Roy Morgan Poll on Roy Morgan Government Confidence was conducted via face-to-face interviewing during the last two weeks of June. Roy Morgan interviewed 1,499 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of June 22/23 & 29/30, 2019.
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Scott Morrison wins surprise Federal Election

By Gary Morgan, Michele Levine and Julian McCrann. Saturday’s Federal Election results shows the L-NP Government will likely be returned with a small majority. Analysis of the polls show all polls significantly underestimated the L-NP primary vote. The Roy Morgan Poll a week before the Federal Election had L-NP support at 38.5% – 2.9% lower than their actual vote of 41.4%.
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Indonesian President Jokowi

Jokowi set for comfortable victory in April Presidential Election

Finding No. 7892 - This Morgan Poll on Indonesian Presidential and Parliamentary voting intention was conducted in January 2019 with an Indonesian-wide cross-section of 1,039 electors aged 17+ and in December 2018 with an Indonesian-wide cross-section of 1,045 electors aged 17+. Face-to-face interviews were conducted in 17 provinces, with effort made to ensure a balanced sample representing the electorate both geographically and demographically. Less than 1% of electors in both polls couldn’t say who they support.
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Government Confidence largely unchanged after Medevac Bill

Government Confidence virtually unchanged after Medevac Bill

Finding No. 7893 – These two Morgan Polls on Roy Morgan Government Confidence were conducted via face-to-face interviewing during the month of February. Roy Morgan interviewed 1,673 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of February 2/3 & 9/10, 2019 (pre Medevac Bill) and 1,708 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of February 16/17 & 23/24, 2019 (post Medevac Bill).
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Australians expect 2019 will be ‘better’ than 2018

Australians expect 2019 will be ‘better’ than 2018

Source: Roy Morgan telephone, SMS and web surveys in Australia 1980-2018 with an average of 1,000 Australians aged 18+ interviewed each year. Question: “As far as you are concerned, do you think that 2019 will be better, worse, or the same as 2018?”
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New Zealanders more optimistic about 2019 than Aussies

New Zealanders more optimistic about 2019 than Aussies

Source: Roy Morgan New Zealand telephone, SMS and web surveys in New Zealand 1989-2018 with an average of 1,000 New Zealanders aged 18+ interviewed each year. Question: “As far as you are concerned, do you think that 2019 will be better, worse, or the same as 2018?”
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