ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Back Above Long-Run Average

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating - August 26, 2014 - 113.5

Economic : Finding No: 5750

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence increased 0.9% to 113.5 in the week ending August 24 to be a touch above long-run average levels. Confidence continues to recover from its recent setback (which likely reflected ‘sticker shock’ from the unexpected rise in the unemployment rate), supported by solid fundamentals such as low interest rates and rising house prices.

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ALP lead down slightly over L-NP (55.5%:44.5%)

Morgan Poll on Federal Voting Intention - August 25, 2014

Political : Finding No: 5751

Palmer United Party support is down 1% to 4.5% after Clive Palmer calls the Chinese “mongrels” and “bastards”. This is the lowest PUP support recorded since the new Senate first sat.

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State of the Nation
Report No.19

Australia

Spotlight on Australians' Health

state of the nation report 19 

Federal 2 Party Vote

Morgan Poll - August 16/17 & 23/24. 2,691 electors Party
  • ALP

    55.5%
  • L-NP

    44.5%

Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 11/08/14

    119.1
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 26/08/14

    113.5
  • Chinese Consumer Confidence 20/08/2014

    154.2
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 13/08/2014

    157.7
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 21/08/2014

    125.5
  • Vietnam Consumer Confidence 27/08/14

    135.5

Unemployment

  • Unemployment

    10.2%
  • Under-Employment

    8.7%

Top News Sites

Australia - March 2014 Website visitors 14+
  • smh.com.au

    4,334,000
  • news.com.au

    4,321,000
  • abc.net.au

    3,044,000
  • Nine News

    2,992,000
  • The Age

    2,328,000

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