Poverty, gap between rich & poor and Housing affordability, Housing shortage & Homelessness dominate discussion in lead-up to Election

Social : Finding No: 7266

In mid-2017, and only a few months before the upcoming New Zealand Election which according to Roy Morgan is too close to call*, the key Issues for the New Zealand Election are the inter-related issues of Poverty and the gap between rich & poor, House prices & Housing affordability and Housing shortages & Homelessness.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence virtually unchanged at 112.5

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating - July 18, 2017

Economic : Finding No: 7275

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence edged down 0.4% to 112.5 this week, following a 1.3% fall the previous week. The details were mixed. Consumers were quite optimistic about their financial conditions next year, but were less upbeat towards the current financial situation.
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In July Labour/Greens now just ahead of National but New Zealand First again in the ‘box seat’

Political : Finding No: 7289

In July New Zealand’s opposition Labour/Greens has jumped 4.5% to 44% now just ahead of incumbent National on 43% (down 3.5%) following the scandal involving National MP Todd Barclay. However, in New Zealand’s September election the issues of Poverty, Housing and Homelessness and Inequality will be critical to the outcome.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence down slightly in July to 125.4

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating - July 2017 - 125.4

Economic : Finding No: 7281

Consumer sentiment eased in July, but remains at a strong level overall. Once we adjusted for seasonality, confidence lifted to the highest level since September 2014. Both point to a healthy pace of spending-based activity. House price expectations cooled further, especially in Auckland.
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New Car Buying Intention softens after setting new records earlier in the year

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Market Research : Finding No: 7265

After starting the year with record numbers of Australians intending to buy a new car, car buying intention in Australia has softened. Roy Morgan’s research shows that Consumer Confidence is often a key driver of car buying intention – and Australians are less confident about their finances now than they were at the beginning of 2017.

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Major banks increase ‘share of wallet’ but big potential remains

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Market Research : Finding No: 7256

New research findings from Roy Morgan found that over the last decade, the big four banks have all increased their share of their customers’ dollars (‘share of wallet’). This metric is the most objective measure of customer loyalty because it is based on their financial behaviour rather than the more subjective measures that lead to this outcome.

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The rise of the female breadwinner

March 06 2017

With International Women's Day almost upon us, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal that more women than ever are their household’s main income earner.

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Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 04/07/17

    111.8
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 18/07/17

    112.5
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    125.4
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    150.5

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