Destination NSW: a regional perspective

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Market Research : Finding No: 6906

When asked to nominate the Australian states they’d like to visit on holiday within the next two years, 40.7% of the population name New South Wales as a potential destination. So which regions top their wish lists?
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New car market climbs higher in first half of 2016

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Market Research : Finding No: 6904

The number of Australians who intend to buy a new car within the next four years has been steadily climbing over the past six months, Roy Morgan Research shows. 

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Chemists set the pace in Customer Satisfaction

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Market Research : Finding No: 6900

The May Australian Customer Satisfaction Awards have been announced, and there is a strong sense of déjà-vu in the Chemist/Pharmacy category, as Soul Pattinson takes out top spot for the fourth consecutive month.
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Australians not sold on moving house

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Market Research : Finding No: 6899

Almost 60% of Australians 14+ have been living at the same address for five years or more, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal, with only 14.3% in their current household less than 12 months.
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ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence edges lower to 114.9 (down 0.3pts)

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating - July 19, 2016 - 114.9

Economic : Finding No: 6910

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence declined for the fourth week in a row, edging down 0.3% to 114.9 this week. The headline index is now 3.3% lower than 4 weeks ago. The report was mixed; the indicators of current conditions were largely unchanged, while most forward looking indicators fell.
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Babymooners or just expecting parents on holiday?

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Market Research : Finding No: 6895

A babymoon is a pre-baby holiday for parents-to-be – one last relaxing getaway before their lives descend into the chaos that inevitably follows the birth of a new bub. But has the babymoon caught on in Australia?
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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence slips to 118.2 in July (down 0.7pts)

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence - July 2016 - 118.2

Economic : Finding No: 6898

Consumer sentiment continues to oscillate at an elevated level. Positive signs for the broader economy are apparent in the survey. House price expectations rose once again, hitting yet another new high, led by Auckland. Few surprises there. Success has its challenges; confidence in Auckland fell. What’s good for some (home owners) is not good for others (potential first home buyers).
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Baileys and beyond: Australia’s liqueur drinkers

July 14 2016

According to the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research, 8.0% of Australian adults (or 1.5 million people) drink at least one liqueur in any given four weeks, with different consumer groups being more likely than others to consume particular brands...

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