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Consumer Confidence & Business Confidence start 2018 on a high

Consumer Confidence & Business Confidence start 2018 on a high

Source: Roy Morgan Business Single Source, Jan-Mar 2013 to Jan-Mar 2018.Consumer Confidence average quarterly sample n=12,566. Business Confidence average quarterly sample n= 4,055.
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ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence eases, down 0.3% to 115.1

The ANZ Roy Morgan Consumer confidence eased for the third successive week as the
latest reading fell 0.3% to 115.1. The underlying details were mixed, with two out of five
sub-indices registering declines.
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Cost of living, unemployment & poverty big issues before Federal Budget

Source: Roy Morgan interviewed a representative cross-section of 650 Australians in February 2018. *Financial problems, Economy & Cost of living includes Financial problems and money issues, Economic problems, interest rates and the Australian economy, Housing affordability, Cost of living, rising prices and inflation.
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Business Confidence down in March to 115.4

Roy Morgan Business Confidence was down 4.6pts (-3.8%) to 115.4 in March although despite the fall Business Confidence remains 1.6pts higher than a year ago and continues its best start to a year since 2014 averaging 119.3 in the first three months of 2018 with strong increases over the past year in New South Wales, Western Australia and South Australia driving the yearly increase.
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Industry funds satisfying more at the top end

Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia). Six months to February 2017, n = 14,554: six months to February 2018, n = 14,651. Base: Australians 14+ with superannuation.
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Federal Election still too close to call: ALP 51% cf. L-NP 49%

Finding No. 7559 – This Morgan Poll on Federal voting intention was conducted via face-to-face interviewing over the last two weekends, March 24/25 & March 31/ April 1, 2018 with an Australia-wide cross-section of 1,477 Australian electors aged 18+, of all electors surveyed 6% (down 1%) did not name a party.
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