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L-NP (50.5%) holds narrow lead over ALP (49.5%) a week before the Eden-Monaro by-election

Nationwide L-NP (50.5%) holds narrow lead over ALP (49.5%) a week before the Eden-Monaro by-election

This Roy Morgan Poll on Federal voting intention and Roy Morgan Government Confidence was conducted via telephone and online interviewing last weekend. Roy Morgan interviewed 2,593 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of June 13/14 & 20/21, 2020. A higher than usual 7% of electors can’t say who they support.
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794,000 businesses affected by casual employee ruling

794,000 businesses affected by casual employee ruling

Source: Roy Morgan Special Snap SMS Poll of Australian businesses on May 30-31, 2020, n=881. Base: Australian businesses. *Total Yes includes those answering effect of Federal Court’s ruling would be either: Business will be forced to close, Large financial impact or it will deter from hiring casual employees.
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Australian Real Unemployment - March 2020

ABS March Unemployment figures are misleading - because second half of March ignored! By Gary Morgan, Michele Levine and Julian McCrann

For the record, the ABS unemployment estimates are always lower than those of Roy Morgan because ABS employs a more ‘restrictive’ definition of ‘unemployment’. The early March data is no different - for the first half of March the ABS estimate of 5.2% is lower than Roy Morgan’s estimate of 7.3%.
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The Westpac money laundering scandal – Australia’s largest case of moral blindness?

The Westpac money laundering scandal – Australia’s largest case of moral blindness?

Before its money laundering scandal, Westpac was the ‘least distrusted’ of the big-four banks. That is about to change. In the immediate wake of Westpac being accused by the regulator of breaching anti-money laundering laws 23 million times, the question is, how could there be such a comprehensive failure of governance?
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Scott Morrison wins surprise Federal Election

By Gary Morgan, Michele Levine and Julian McCrann. Saturday’s Federal Election results shows the L-NP Government will likely be returned with a small majority. Analysis of the polls show all polls significantly underestimated the L-NP primary vote. The Roy Morgan Poll a week before the Federal Election had L-NP support at 38.5% – 2.9% lower than their actual vote of 41.4%.
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Independent Member for Wentworth Dr. Kerryn Phelps

Wentworth by-election means ‘death’ of cheap robo-polling & ‘leaked’ private party polls!

Roy Morgan CEO Michele Levine two days before the Wentworth by-election said on Sky News’ new political show ‘Conroy & Kroger’ when asked why she was so critical of cheap polls said: ‘They may be cheaper, but I can’t really see any point in doing a poll that is going to get the wrong answer’.
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Australian Millennials

We have got it all wrong on Millennials

They have been cast as experience-seeking, travel-loving, commitment-avoiding mortgage-dodgers who privilege lifestyle above all else and invented the concept of the "bank of mum and dad". Some of this is borne out in the data – particularly the travel-loving, mortgage-dodging bits - but Australian Millennials (born between 1976 and 1990) are no more all the same than any other generation.
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