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Unemployment measurement is "absurd" says Australian historian Geoffrey Blainey

Unemployment measurement is “absurd” says Australian historian Geoffrey Blainey by Gary Morgan, Michele Levine and Julian McCrann, Roy Morgan Research

Renowned Australian historian Geoffrey Blainey has correctly identified the real problem facing the Australian economy in 2017 – the absurd measurement of unemployment means the true level of real unemployment and under-employment is under-reported. As Blainey correctly pointed out in an interview on the ABC 7.30 Report last Friday, someone who works for only one hour a week being classified as employed is “absurd”.
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Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom

TNS and Opinium (& Boris Johnson) big winners out of UK’s ‘Brexit’ Referendum

The majority of pollsters predicting the result of the UK’s referendum on whether to remain a member of the European Union or leave the EU got the result wrong with their final polls released in the week before Thursday’s referendum. The final result shows 51.9% of Britons opted to leave the EU compared to 48.1% that wanted to remain in the EU. This was a close result, but of the six polls released on the day before the referendum only two correctly predicted the majority of Britons would vote for so-called ‘Brexit’.
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ABIX bought by Roy Morgan

Roy Morgan moves into Finance News

Roy Morgan Research will expand into finance and business news after acquiring the ABIX business news service from Lexis Nexis for an undisclosed sum.
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Australians more Health Conscious than Americans, Britons & New Zealanders - Just as Overweight

These are the main findings of the latest Roy Morgan International Survey of: • 24,122 people aged 14 and over in Australia , conducted between April 2004 and March 2005; • 4,234 people aged 14 and over in the UK , conducted between October 2003 and February 2005; • 3,394 people aged 14 and over in the USA , conducted between March 2004 and February 2005; and • 12,696 people aged 14 and over in New Zealand , conducted between May 2004 and March 2005.
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New Zealanders More Active Than Australians, Britons, Americans - Just As Overweight

These are the main findings of the latest Roy Morgan International Survey of: • 12,696 people aged 14 and over in New Zealand, conducted between May 2004 and March 2005; • 24,122 people aged 14 and over in Australia, conducted between April 2004 and March 2005; • 3,394 people aged 14 and over in the USA, conducted between March 2004 and February 2005; and • 4,234 people aged 14 and over in the UK, conducted between October 2003 and February 2005.
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Americans Count Calories but keep the Pounds

These are the main findings of the latest Roy Morgan International Survey of: •3,394 people aged 14 and over in the USA , conducted between March 2004 and February 2005; • 24,122 people aged 14 and over in Australia , conducted between April 2004 and March 2005; • 4,234 people aged 14 and over in the UK , conducted between October 2003 and February 2005; and • 12,696 people aged 14 and over in New Zealand , conducted between May 2004 and March 2005.
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