Majority of Australians support Muslim & Asylum seeker immigration; and 58% want Australia’s population kept under 35 million

Australian views on Immigration - October 2016

Social : Finding No: 7017

Clear majorities of Australians support Muslim immigration (58% cf. 33% oppose) and Asylum seeker immigration (66% cf. 25% oppose), although even larger majorities of Australians support both Family reunion immigration (74% cf. 21% oppose) and Skilled migrant immigration (77% cf. 18% oppose) according to a special Roy Morgan survey conducted over three nights last week with a nationally representative cross-section of 656 Australians aged 14+.

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Vodafone set to launch NBN service—and over half a million customers already want to switch their fixed broadband provider


Market Research : Finding No: 7016

Last month, it was Amaysim announcing plans to join the fixed broadband market. Now Vodafone intends to launch its NBN service by the end of the year—and 550,000 of its mobile customers are already looking to switch broadband provider, the latest consumer telecommunications data from Roy Morgan Research shows.
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First Choice Liquor: first in customer satisfaction


Market Research : Finding No: 7015

For the third consecutive month, First Choice Liquor has come first in the Liquor Store category of Roy Morgan’s Customer Satisfaction Awards, with a score of just over 93% in August.
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Over a third of Australian kids worry about their weight


Market Research : Finding No: 7006

Asked whether they agreed with the statement, ‘I worry about my weight’, 35% of Australian kids aged between 6 and 13 years reported that they did, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal.
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Business Confidence jumps in September – up 5.8% to 114.9 after Government passes middle-income tax cuts and ‘Omnibus’ Bill with $6.3 billion Budget savings


Economic : Finding No: 7011

Roy Morgan Research’s Business Confidence rose 5.8% to 114.9 in September. The rise in Business Confidence comes after the Turnbull Government passed the middle-income tax cuts and the ‘Omnibus’ Bill with $6.3 billion in Budget savings. The large rise in Business Confidence occurred even though the Australian All Ordinaries was virtually unchanged in September – the All Ordinaries ended September at 5,525 (down only 4pts from August 31, 2016). After the first two weeks of October the All Ordinaries is still little changed at 5,521.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence - Coming up Trumps, up 1.9pts to 122.9

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating - October 2016

Economic : Finding No: 7007

Consumers have cast their vote: sentiment lifted again in October to its highest level since mid-2015. People are feeling more confident about the future, particularly for the broader economy, while opinions on the right-here-and-now eased a touch. House price expectations eased off last month’s highs.
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State of the Nation 25: Spotlight on Financial Risk

August 25 2016

Roy Morgan Research CEO Michele Levine this week presented the latest State of the Nation Report in Melbourne and Sydney, with a special Spotlight on Financial Risk including Mortgage debt & stress, Income risks and the adequacy of retirement ...

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