ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand CC

Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Avg.
2017 128.7 127.4 125.2








127.1
2016 121.4 119.7 118.0 120.0 116.2 118.9 118.2 117.7 121.0 122.9 127.2 124.5 120.5
2015 128.9 124.0 124.6 128.8 123.9
119.9 113.9 109.8 110.8 114.9 122.7 118.7 120.1
2014 135.8 133.0 132.0 133.5 127.6 131.9 132.7 125.5 127.7 123.4 121.8
126.5 129.3
2013 118.3 121.0 114.8 119.2 123.7 123.9 119.8 123.0 118.8 122.3 128.4 129.4 121.9
2012 116.1 113.3 110.2 114.0 113.9 105.8 110.5 114.1 111.9 110.5 114.1 114.7 112.4
2011 117.1 108.2 101.4 101.4 103.3 112.5 109.4 113.3 112.6 112.2 109.0 108.4 109.1
2010 131.4 123.6 121.8 121.9 126.0 122.0 115.6 116.3 116.4 113.6 114.5 112.2 119.6

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2009 103.7 100.4 97.1 95.9 93.4 97.6 104.6 104.0 105.8 107.1 103.4 106.1 107.8 114.1 112.3 114.5 120.0 125.9 121.5 118.6 109.3
2009 103.7 98.7 94.6 101.1 104.9 105.2 107.0 113.2 117.3 125.9 121.5 118.6 109.3

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2008 121.2 117.8 114.2 116.8 106.6 99.7 100.0 92.7 85.6 85.4 87.5 82.0 85.7 87.8 94.9 107.3 109.9 102.3 97.0 98.3 99.7 105.6 100.1 99.9
2008 121.2 116.0 111.7 99.9 89.2 86.5 83.9 91.3 108.6 99.6 99.0 102.8 100.8

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2007 136.8 133.8 133.7 128.8 129.7 130.5 126.6 121.6 122.5 123.2 118.7 121.4 120.7 120.5 124.3 122.7 119.8 116.0 128.0 122.7 121.0 126.9 126.3 125.1
2007 136.8 133.8 129.3 128.6 122.1 121.0 121.0 122.4 121.3 122.0 121.9 126.6 125.6

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2006 118.3 123.0 111.0 115.0 115.1 116.5 115.7 116.7 104.8 112.5 110.8 114.0 115.4 118.8 112.1 113.3 115.5 123.8 123.4 124.8 124.0 123.3 128.2 127.8 117.7
2006 120.6 113.0 115.8 116.2 108.7 112.4 117.1 112.7 119.6 124.1 123.7 128.0 117.7

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2005 140.9 139.1 136.0 125.2 125.5 128.0 127.7 125.6 126.2 121.4 121.3 121.4 119.8 121.1 117.5 126.4
2005 140.9 139.1 136.0 125.2 125.5 128.0 127.7 125.6 126.2 121.4 120.6 119.3 128.0

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2004 135.7 131.7 130.2 133.5 129.8 130.0 134.4 132.9 133.9 135.4 135.0 136.1 133.2
2003 121.3 118.8 118.8 116.4 118.1 119.5 118.7 121.2 120.2 121.8 122.5 122.8 120.0
2002 118.6 119.1 117.8 118.8 118.3 119.1 116.0 116.3 115.6 116.3 117.3 117.9 117.6
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111.8 108.5 110.3 114.5 117.0 112.4














Avg. 124.8 121.3 118.9 118.6 116.7 117.1 116.4 116.7 118.2 118.5 119.6 120.2 118.9


Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2017 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 1,000 1,000 1,004








Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 34 37 35








worse off 23 22 22








Question Difference 11 15 13








Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 48 47 48








worse off 13 16 16








Question Difference 35 31 32








Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 46 48 44








bad times 21 22 23








Question Difference 25 26 21








Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 44 45 44








bad times 19 21 23








Question Difference 25 24 21








Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good time to buy 65 59 56








bad time to buy 16 18 18








Question Difference 49 41 38








Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 128.7 127.4 125.2








*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.



Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2016 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 1,007 948 1,001 1,000 1,004 1,000 1,000 1,002 1,000 1,001 1,002 1,005
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 33 34 34 35 31 34 34 37 36 35 36 36
worse off 25 25 27 26 26 24 25 26 25 25 23 24
Question Difference 8 9 7 9 5 10 9 11 11 10 13 12
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 49 43 46 46 40 43 44 44 48 44 45 46
worse off 17 16 17 17 17 19 16 19 18 13 14 14
Question Difference 32 27 29 29 23 24 28 25 30 31 31 32
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 36 39 36 37 36 39 36 35 39 43 45 45
bad times 30 30 33 29 30 30 32 30 27 22 22 23
Question Difference 6 9 3 8 6 9 4 5 12 21 23 22
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 41 40 41 39 39 40 37 37 40 40 47 42
bad times 24 26 24 23 26 24 23 27 26 22 19 24
Question Difference 17 14 17 16 13 16 14 10 14 18 28 18
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good time to buy 62 59 56 56 55 56 57 58 57 54 59 58
bad time to buy 18 19 22 18 21 20 21 20 20 20 17 20
Question Difference 44 40 34 38 34 36 36 38 37 34 42 38
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 121.4 119.7 118.0 120.0 116.2 118.9 118.2 117.7 121.0 122.9 127.2 124.5
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.



Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2015 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 1,001 1,003 1,002 1,009 990 1,000 989 1,005 1,003 1,019 999 1,032
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 33 32 33 36 34 33 32 34 34 29 34 34
worse off 23 26 25 24 27 26 28 27 28 29 25 28
Question Difference 10 6 8 12 7 7 4 7 6 0 9 6
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 49 46 48 48 45 45 44 43 45 42 47 45
worse off 16 18 20 17 19 19 22 20 19 18 16 19
Question Difference 33 28 28 31 26 26 22 23 26 24 31 26
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 51 45 45 50 45 41 34 27 28 34 44 38
bad times 22 22 21 23 25 30 36 43 39 32 29 32
Question Difference 29 23 24 27 20 11 -2 -16 -11 2 15 6
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 47 43 44 45 47 42 38 38 37 40 45 42
bad times 17 21 21 21 22 25 27 29 26 23 24 26
Question Difference 30 22 23 24 25 17 11 9 11 17 21 16
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good time to buy 62 59 59 65 60 58 55 54 53 53 58 58
bad time to buy 18 19 20 17 18 20 21 27 29 23 20 20
Question Difference 44 40 39 48 42 38 34 27 24 30 38 38
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 128.9 124.0 124.6 128.8 123.9 119.9 113.9 109.8 110.8 114.9 122.7 118.7
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.

Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2014 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 1,737 1,009 1,020 958 1,047 978 976 960 1,064 1,017 1,002 1,001
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 37 36 36 39 35 38 36 35 37 35 31 35
worse off 26 29 28 26 25 25 27 28 27 27 27 26
Question Difference 11 7 8 13 10 13 9 7 10 8 4 9
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 54 52 52 53 49 49 54 50 52 49 45 47
worse off 13 15 16 13 14 15 14 15 14 17 20 18
Question Difference 41 37 36 40 35 34 40 35 38 32 25 29
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 55 52 51 50 48 49 52 39 46 44 46 48
bad times 16 15 16 17 21 16 18 20 21 27 24 24
Question Difference 39 37 35 33 27 33 34 19 25 17 22 24
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 52 50 51 48 48 49 51 42 44 41 44 49
bad times 12 13 13 14 18 12 14 16 17 23 21 21
Question Difference 40 37 38 34 30 37 37 26 27 18 23 28
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good times 66 65 62 63 57 61 62 60 58 61 58 61
bad times 17 18 18 15 21 19 18 20 21 21 23 18
Question Difference 49 47 44 48 36 42 44 40 37 40 35 43
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 135.8 133.0 132.0 133.5 127.6 131.9 132.7 125.5 127.7 123.4 121.8 126.5
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.

Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2013 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 2,219 1,215 1,135 1,019 1,028 1,074 1,102 1,061 959 981 991 1,063
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 30 30 30 32 32 34 31 34 30 36 38 37
worse off 35 32 38 33 31 32 34 32 34 29 28 28
Question Difference -5 -2 -8 -1 1 2 -3 2 -4 7 10 9
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 48 50 48 47 52 50 47 51 47 49 51 53
worse off 19 16 21 20 16 17 19 19 19 17 14 16
Question Difference 29 34 27 27 36 33 28 32 28 32 37 37
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 35 34 32 35 37 41 40 40 36 41 48 50
bad times 27 22 30 29 25 24 26 24 23 25 20 23
Question Difference 8 12 2 6 12 17 14 16 13 16 28 27
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 40 42 41 43 43 45 41 42 38 41 51 53
bad times 20 13 19 20 18 18 20 18 16 18 16 17
Question Difference 20 29 22 23 25 27 21 24 22 23 35 36
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good times 61 56 55 62 62 60 60 62 58 57 57 60
bad times 23 24 24 22 18 19 21 20 22 23 25 21
Question Difference 38 32 31 40 44 41 39 42 36 34 32 39
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 118.3 121.0 114.8 119.2 123.7 123.9 119.8 123.0 118.8 122.3 128.4 129.4
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.

Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2012 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 2,042 1,055 1,029 1,053 982 1,040 1,166 1,198 987 1,027 1,020 1,051
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 30 26 26 30 26 28 29 31 28 27 29 29
worse off 36 36 36 34 34 37 37 36 36 34 34 36
Question Difference -6 -10 -10 -4 -8 -9 -8 -5 -8 -7 -5 -7
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 50 45 44 48 46 43 42 47 48 45 45 49
worse off 18 21 21 19 17 23 22 20 22 22 18 19
Question Difference 32 24 23 29 29 20 20 27 26 23 27 30
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 33 30 28 29 31 23 26 29 26 26 30 31
bad times 35 32 32 32 29 42 35 35 32 32 29 31
Question Difference -2 -2 -4 -3 2 -19 -9 -6 -6 -6 1 0
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 46 44 42 40 43 42 42 44 36 38 42 44
bad times 23 19 19 19 20 24 22 21 20 22 19 18
Question Difference 23 25 23 21 23 18 20 23 16 16 23 26
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good times 59 56 51 56 51 51 57 57 56 53 54 54
bad times 26 26 31 28 26 32 25 25 25 27 28 30
Question Difference 33 30 20 28 25 19 32 32 31 26 26 24
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 116.1 113.3 110.2 114.0 113.9 105.8 110.5 114.1 111.9 110.5 114.1 114.7
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.

Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2011 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 2,093 1,040 1,028 1,103 1,078 1,030 1,012 1,048 1,037 982 1,053 1,010
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 30 24 25 25 22 24 27 26 23 26 22 25
worse off 39 44 40 46 48 40 41 47 42 35 41 34
Question Difference -9 -20 -15 -21 -26 -16 -14 -21 -19 -9 -19 -9
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 50 47 45 42 43 48 44 48 44 45 42 42
worse off 18 22 24 25 23 20 20 21 20 17 19 19
Question Difference 32 25 21 17 20 28 24 27 24 28 23 23
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 39 31 22 24 27 28 26 30 27 25 26 26
bad times 31 36 49 48 43 31 34 32 31 30 33 32
Question Difference 8 -5 -27 -24 -16 -3 -8 -2 -4 -5 -7 -6
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 54 46 47 48 50 49 45 46 46 41 43 36
bad times 19 20 21 22 20 11 15 16 13 14 15 16
Question Difference 35 26 26 26 30 38 30 30 33 27 28 20
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good times 52 48 43 44 45 50 48 58 57 51 49 48
bad times 32 35 40 37 36 35 34 25 28 33 30 34
Question Difference 20 13 3 7 9 15 14 33 29 18 19 14
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 117.1 108.2 101.4 101.4 103.3 112.5 109.4 113.3 112.6 112.2 109.0 108.4
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.

Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2010 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 2,049 1,047 993 1,015 995 1,075 1,062 1,035 1,021 1,071 1,008 1,060
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 31 26 28 30 31 30 27 24 26 28 25 27
worse off 33 41 39 41 35 35 41 41 39 36 38 40
Question Difference -2 -15 -11 -11 -4 -5 -14 -17 -13 -8 -13 -13
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 61 57 53 56 56 53 48 49 48 48 47 46
worse off 10 17 20 18 16 23 23 20 19 18 17 18
Question Difference 51 40 33 38 40 30 25 29 29 30 30 28
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 57 53 48 48 53 44 36 37 36 37 41 35
bad times 17 24 28 26 26 26 33 30 31 27 27 34
Question Difference 40 29 20 22 27 18 3 7 5 10 14 1
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 61 63 61 60 61 56 58 54 56 56 55 51
bad times 13 14 14 15 14 17 16 15 12 12 14 16
Question Difference 48 49 47 45 47 39 42 39 44 44 41 35
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good times 53 49 52 50 54 56 53 53 51 35 40 47
bad times 32 34 32 34 32 28 31 28 33 42 41 37
Question Difference 21 15 20 16 22 28 22 25 18 -7 -1 10
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 131.4 123.6 121.8 121.9 126.0 122.0 115.6 116.3 116.4 113.6 114.5 112.2
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.

Results for the ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating* for component questions are as follows:
2009 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Interviews 2,156 1,087 1,071 1,060 1,117 1,038 1,039 1,013 1,058 1,109 1,020 1,025
Q1 Would you say you and your family are better-off financially or worse off than you were at this time last year?
better off 31 26 26 25 24 24 20 23 25 26 22 23
worse off 38 45 42 40 42 43 46 44 43 39 44 45
Question Difference -7 -19 -16 -15 -18 -19 -26 -21 -18 -13 -22 -22
Q2 This time next year, do you and your family expect to be better-off financially or worse off than you are now?
better off 50 50 48 51 50 49 47 55 56 56 57 55
worse off 22 25 26 18 20 21 20 16 12 12 13 15
Question Difference 28 25 22 33 30 28 27 39 44 44 44 40
Q3 Thinking of economic conditions in New Zealand as a whole. In the next 12 months, do you expect we'll have good times financially, bad times or some good and some bad?
good times 24 20 21 27 29 26 31 40 47 53 52 47
bad times 56 64 64 53 53 53 41 39 28 21 22 25
Question Difference -32 -44 -43 -26 -24 -27 -10 1 19 32 30 22
Q4 Looking ahead, what would you say is more likely, that in New Zealand as a whole, we'll have continuous good times during the next five years or so - or we'll have bad times - or some good and some bad?
good times 46 46 43 55 54 52 56 62 64 68 59 56
bad times 25 27 31 22 20 17 13 13 13 11 13 14
Question Difference 21 19 12 33 34 35 43 49 51 57 46 42
Q5 Generally, do you think now is a good time - or a bad time - for people to buy major household items?
good times 48 46 38 41 45 42 45 37 45 48 48 48
bad times 39 41 45 44 39 42 40 43 45 35 38 37
Question Difference 9 5 -7 -3 6 0 5 -6 0 13 10 11
Monthly ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating 103.7 97.1 93.4 104.6 105.8 103.4 107.8 112.3 120.0 125.9 121.5 118.6
*The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Rating is 100.0 plus the simple unweighted average of the difference between the percentage of respondents who give a favourable and those who give unfavourable answers to five key questions.