The Real Gambling Behaviours of Australians

Market Research : Finding No: 7638

New Research from Roy Morgan shows that 49.1% of adult Australians gambled in an average three-month period in the 12 months to March 2018, down from 50.6% a year ago, following a gradually decreasing trend in the gambling industry across all categories. This decline is despite the growing proliferation of gambling options, such as online and mobile betting.

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YouTube Music set to challenge fast growing Spotify and SoundCloud

YouTube set to shake up Streaming Music Websites - March 2018

Market Research : Finding No: 7636

Over 5 million Australians aged 14+ now visit radio or music sites in an average four weeks, nearly a quarter of Australians. These are the latest results from Roy Morgan Single Source derived from in-depth face-to-face interviews with 1,000 Australians each week, 50,000 each year.

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FIFA World Cup a favourite for Generation X & Millennial men

FIFA World Cup Viewers - March 2018

Market Research : Finding No: 7633

Australia’s participation in the FIFA World Cup Finals is on the line on Tuesday night when Australia takes on Peru needing a win to progress to the knock-out stages, but who are the people most passionately cheering on the Socceroos in Russia?

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Young Women have Australia’s highest Inflation Expectations

Australian Inflation Expectations - May 2018 - 4.3%

Economic : Finding No: 7631

In May Australians expected inflation of 4.3% per year over the next two years. This is down 0.2% from a month ago, but unchanged on a year ago in May 2017. Inflation Expectations have now been in a narrow range between 4.3-4.5% for 11 months.

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Satisfaction with car manufacturers improves

cars

Market Research : Finding No: 7620

New research from Roy Morgan shows that in the 12 months to April 2018, the overall satisfaction with car manufacturers was 92.6%, up from 92.4% in the same period in 2017. This high satisfaction level among drivers maintains the situation where car manufacturers have the highest customer satisfaction of all of the 32 industries that Roy Morgan measures.

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Bank customer satisfaction declines during the Finance Royal Commission

Economic : Finding No: 7637

New research from Roy Morgan shows that bank customer satisfaction has dropped from 82.3% in January 2018, prior to the Finance Royal Commission, down to 78.5% in May 2018. This is now the lowest monthly satisfaction since May 2012 but still remains ahead of the long term average of 74.0% calculated since 2001 and well up on the 60.0% recorded in January 2001. This data shows the importance of understanding long term trends rather than being distracted by what in hindsight can often be seen as relatively short term events.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence consolidates at 122.1

Market Research : Finding No: 7491

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence weakened slightly over the week to 122.1, a solid performance following the large 5.6% jump the previous week and leaving the index comfortably above its long term average. The details were mixed, with two out of the five sub-indices posting positive readings.

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Industry Funds satisfy top investors

Industry Funds satisfy top investors

Market Research : Finding No: 7629

New data from Roy Morgan’s Single Source reveals that, among customers with superannuation balances in excess of $100,000, industry superfund customers were the most satisfied over the 6 months to April 2018. Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs) and retail superfunds, trail industry superfunds among high-balance members. In addition, retail superfunds provided higher levels of satisfaction for customers with super balances below $5,000, yet struggled to impact other customer segments.

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How We Shop: Trends in Aussie Shopping Behaviour

Market Research : Finding No: 7627

The way we buy goods & services has changed and adapted over the years, from the traditional brick-and-mortar & catalogue purchases, to ‘TV Special’ over-the-phone deals and, most recently, online stores and auction houses. While physical stores are still the prevailing option for some industries, such as grocery, and there are clear signs that people are not going to stop visiting shops, Australians are embracing the benefits of an online marketplace.

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eBay king of online shopping ahead of Gumtree, Amazon, Kogan & Groupon

Australia's Top 15 Online Shopping and Auction Sites - March 2018

Market Research : Finding No: 7623

Nearly 14 million Australians aged 14+ now visit online shopping or auction sites in an average four weeks – that’s nearly 70%. These are the latest results from Roy Morgan Single Source derived from in-depth face-to-face interviews with 1,000 Australians each week, 50,000 each year.

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The rise of the female breadwinner

March 06 2017

With International Women's Day almost upon us, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal that more women than ever are their household’s main income earner.

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State of the Nation Report No.28

Australia

Spotlight on Media

(August 2017)

state of the nation report 28 

Federal 2 Party Vote

Morgan Poll - March 24/25 & 31 & April 1, 2018. 1,477 electors Party

Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 01/06/18

    117.1
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 20/06/18

    122.1
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 01/06/2018

    121.0
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 25/05/2018

    158.1

Unemployment

Latest Roy Morgan Unemployment & Under-employment Estimates - May 2018

Top News Sites

Australia - March 2018 Website visitors 14+
  • news.com.au

    5,859,000
  • SMH

    5,335,000
  • ABC News

    5,049,000
  • Daily Mail

    3,922,000
  • The Age

    3,370,000

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