Is Olympic sponsorship a marathon or a sprint?

Market Research : Finding No: 6909

McDonald’s and the Commonwealth Bank were the big winners at the 2012 London Olympics—but reflected glory can be fleeting, Roy Morgan’s long-running sponsorship awareness research shows.
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Cheese if you please (preferably with crackers or wine)


Market Research : Finding No: 6908

Cheese sales may be gradually declining in Australia, but the news is not all doom and gloom: as the latest findings from Roy Morgan research reveal, certain consumers remain devoted to the stuff.

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The Domino’s effect, or why Eagle Boys stopped soaring


Market Research : Finding No: 6907

In the wake of news that pizza chain Eagle Boys has gone into voluntary administration, Roy Morgan Research takes a look at how the major players in the ever-competitive pizza market have been tracking over the last five years.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence ticks up to 115.5 (up 0.6pts)

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence - July 26, 2016 - 115.5

Economic : Finding No: 6920

After falling over the previous four weeks, ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence edged higher this week, rising 0.5% to 115.5. Lower financial market volatility and buoyant equity markets are likely the main factors behind last week’s improvement. The details, however, were quite mixed.
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Roy Morgan Indonesian Consumer Confidence virtually unchanged in June (150.3, up 0.6pts)

Roy Morgan Indonesian Consumer Confidence Rating - June 2016 - 150.3

Economic : Finding No: 6903

Roy Morgan Indonesian Consumer Confidence for June rose slightly to 150.3 (up 0.6pts). Consumer Confidence is now 0.9pts lower than it was a year ago in June 2015 (151.2) but is 18.0pts above the long-run average (2005-2016) of 132.3. The main reason for this month’s small rise in confidence was more confidence about buying major household items.

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Destination NSW: a regional perspective


Market Research : Finding No: 6906

When asked to nominate the Australian states they’d like to visit on holiday within the next two years, 40.7% of the population name New South Wales as a potential destination. So which regions top their wish lists?
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New car market climbs higher in first half of 2016


Market Research : Finding No: 6904

The number of Australians who intend to buy a new car within the next four years has been steadily climbing over the past six months, Roy Morgan Research shows. 

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Chemists set the pace in Customer Satisfaction


Market Research : Finding No: 6900

The May Australian Customer Satisfaction Awards have been announced, and there is a strong sense of déjà-vu in the Chemist/Pharmacy category, as Soul Pattinson takes out top spot for the fourth consecutive month.
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Australians not sold on moving house


Market Research : Finding No: 6899

Almost 60% of Australians 14+ have been living at the same address for five years or more, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal, with only 14.3% in their current household less than 12 months.
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