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In A Puff – New Zealanders Slowly Warming to the E-Cigarette

In A Puff – New Zealanders Slowly Warming to the E-Cigarette

In New Zealand, the rate of smokers has fallen in recent years, from 15.7% in July 2016 to 13.5% in July 2018, as health concerns and taxes discourage new and existing users. E-cigarettes, which produce an inhalable mist similar to traditional cigarettes, are a healthier alternative for those trying to quit gradually.
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It’s Official: Over 3.1 million New Zealanders read newspapers

Over 3.1 million, or 80.2%, of New Zealanders aged 14+ now read or access newspapers in an average 7 day period via print or online (website or app) platforms. In addition a total of 2.3 million New Zealanders aged 14+ (59%) read magazines whether in print or online either via the web or an app.
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Inflation Expectations of Home Owners lower than a year ago

Inflation Expectations of Home Owners lower than a year ago

In July Australians expected inflation of 4.3% per year over the next two years. This is down 0.2% from a month ago, and unchanged on a year ago in July 2017. Inflation Expectations have now tracked in a narrow range between 4.3-4.5% for 13 straight months since July 2017.
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ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence slips to 118.2

This weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is based on 1,045 face-to-face interviews conducted Australia-wide with men and women aged 14 and over the weekend August 11/12, 2018.
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One million potential for switching risk and life insurance policy providers

One million potential for switching risk and life insurance policy providers

New research from Roy Morgan shows that in the 12 months to June 2018, 1,008,000 risk and life insurance policies (10.8% of the total market) had the potential to change companies. This potential is the sum of the 242,000 that actually switched to another company and the 766,000 that renewed with the same company after having approached other companies. This combined figure represent a high predisposition to switching or lack of brand loyalty in this market.
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Top Travel Sites

Australia - March 2018 Website visitors 14+
  • tripadvisor

    3,192,000
  • Qantas

    2,872,000
  • Booking.com

    2,778,000
  • Jetstar

    1,872,000
  • Virgin Australia

    1,695,000

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Australia - March 2018 Australians 14+
  • Google Search

    13,784,000
  • Facebook

    13,288,000
  • YouTube

    10,655,000
  • Google Maps

    8,827,000
  • eBay

    5,403,000

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