More New Zealanders than Australians expect a ‘troubled’ 2019

Market Research : Finding No: 7838

A special Roy Morgan New Zealand survey taken in mid-December shows 42% of New Zealanders think 2019 will be a ‘more troubled year’ than 2018. Only 10% say 2019 will be a ‘more peaceful year’, 42% expect 2019 will be ‘the same’ as 2018 and 6% don’t know.


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Far more Australians expect a troubled than a peaceful 2019

Market Research : Finding No: 7839

A special Roy Morgan web survey taken in mid-December shows 38% of Australians think 2019 will be a ‘more troubled year’ than 2018 while only 10% expect 2019 will be a ‘more peaceful year’. However, most Australians say 2019 will be either ‘the same’ (47%), and 5% don’t know.

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Industry funds the likely beneficiaries of proposed superannuation changes

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Market Research : Finding No: 7837

The Productivity Commission’s proposal to use the ten best performing retail and industry funds as the default options for new workers is more likely to benefit industry funds over retail funds. Apart from the already highly publicised performance tables that generally show industry funds to be the best performers, new data also shows that fund members rate satisfaction with the financial performance of industry funds higher than for retail funds. The experience of fund member need to be taken into account by those selecting the ten best funds to be listed, as they are the ones to be impacted by the final decision on choice of fund.

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Majority of Australians now use digital payments – a potential threat or opportunity?

Digital-Payments

Market Research : Finding No: 7846

Awareness among Australians of digital payments is now an almost universal 93.9%, with 72.4% using at least one digital payment method over an average 12 month period. This is likely to continue increasing and so move Australia more towards a cashless and cardless society, posing a potential threat to existing banks if they don’t take on the new disrupters and technologies.

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Australians expect 2019 will be ‘better’ than 2018

Australians expect 2019 will be ‘better’ than 2018

Social : Finding No: 7840

A special Roy Morgan survey taken in mid-December shows 44% of Australians think 2019 will be ‘better’ than 2018, 32% say 2019 will be ‘the same’, only 14% say 2019 will be ‘worse’ and 10% don’t know.
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New Zealanders more optimistic about 2019 than Aussies

New Zealanders more optimistic about 2019 than Aussies

Social : Finding No: 7841

A special Roy Morgan New Zealand survey taken in mid-December shows a majority (51%) of New Zealanders think 2019 will be ‘better’ than 2018. Only 14% say 2019 will be ‘worse’, 27% expect 2019 will be ‘the same’ as 2018 and 8% don’t know.
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3.5 million Australians are ‘trusted advisors’ for finance and investment decisions

3.5 million Australians are ‘trusted advisors’ for finance and investment decisions

Market Research : Finding No: 7834

The number of people who are asked for financial advice by their friends or families is estimated at 3.5 million, equivalent to 17.2% of Australians 14+. Some six million Australians seek advice about money and investments from friends and families. So ‘trusted financial advisors’ have significant potential to influence financial and banking decisions of the six million people who ask for their advice, and these ‘trusted advisors’ are themselves embracing digital payment systems at faster rates than the population at large.
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Satisfaction with banks remains positive and above the long term average

Market Research : Finding No: 7832

Bank customer satisfaction improved marginally in November to 78.1%, up from 78.0% in October. This represents the first positive monthly move in satisfaction since prior to the start of the Finance Royal Commission in January. Although the current satisfaction level of 78.1% is a decline of 3.1% points from January 2018, it remains above the long term average of 74.3% calculated since 2001 and well up on the 58.7% in January 2001. Despite a long period of negative publicity throughout 2018, the clear majority are still satisfied with their bank.

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All Australians want for Christmas is… ‘money’ & ‘quality time with family’

All Australians want for Christmas is…  ‘money’ & ‘quality time with family’

Market Research : Finding No: 7831

A special Christmas survey conducted over the past few days shows there’s nothing Australians want more for Christmas than some cash in the stocking. 12% of Australians mentioned some kind of financial windfall as what they most want for Christmas while 10% were just after a good time with their family and friends.
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Women closing the superannuation gap

October 12 2018

New research from Roy Morgan shows that over the last decade, women have closed the gap considerably to men on superannuation, both for ownership levels and average balances. In 2008 only 57.4% of females had superannuation, compared to males with 66...

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Wonder Woman top superhero for Young Australians

September 24 2018

Wonder Woman is now the favourite superhero for Australian kids. An estimated 368,000 kids aged 6-13 years old in the year to June 2018 pick Wonder Woman as their favourite superhero flying ahead of former leader Batman on 303,000 new research fro...

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State of the Nation Report No.28

Australia

Spotlight on Media

(August 2017)

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