Before Morrison's Sunday night talk to the nation over two-thirds of Australians (69%) claim they are self-isolating

Social : Finding No: 8358

Over two-thirds of Australians (69%) claim they are following Government directives to self-isolate as much as possible to fight the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. However, 31% say they were 'not' self-isolating according to a special Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey of an Australia-wide cross-section of 2,069 Australians aged 18+ conducted on Friday March 27 – Saturday March 28, 2020.
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Honest, genuine and community-minded leaders focused on the public interest score highest for Trust

Honest, genuine and community-minded leaders focused on the public interest score highest for Trust

Political : Finding No: 8351

A special Roy Morgan survey on ‘Trust’ and ‘Distrust’ of government and business leaders conducted in March shows being honest and genuine is the most valued trait for leaders with a high level of Trust. This trait was mentioned by over a quarter (27%) of respondents in relation to political leaders and even more, 30%, for business leaders according to the survey of 974 Australians aged 14+.

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Nev Power’s COVID-19 Commission must rely on the more sensitive and accurate Roy Morgan unemployment measure rather than the Government’s seasonally adjusted ABS estimate

Media : Finding No: 8353

The new Federal Government mandated National COVID-19 Coordination Commission headed by Nev Power is designed to mitigate the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure employment opportunities are available for these workers now, and for workers when normality returns.

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Looking beyond the panic-buying, Australia’s big supermarket story is Aldi’s growing market share

Looking beyond the panic-buying, Australia’s big supermarket story is Aldi’s growing market share

Market Research : Finding No: 8336

Currently every mention of supermarkets in Australia is accompanied by images of pillaged shelves or reports of police being called to manage surging crowds. But new data in Roy Morgan’s Fresh Food and Grocery Report shows a noteworthy longer-term trend story about changing market share, which has played out over the past 12 months.
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ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence plunges to 30-year low at 72.2

Economic : Finding No: 8340

Confidence fell by a massive 27.8% last week. This fall has bought the headline index to just above the all-time lows recorded in 1990. Confidence is 17% below the lowest point seen during the global financial crisis (Oct 2008).

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A large majority of Australians (79%) are in favour of allowing people in financial difficulty to access their super

A large majority of Australians (79%) are in favour of allowing people in financial difficulty to access their super

Social : Finding No: 8346

A large majority of 79% of Australians say people in financial difficulty should be able to access up to $20,000 of their superannuation according to a special Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey of an Australia-wide cross-section of 723 Australians aged 18+ conducted yesterday.

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Businessmen Dick Smith, Mike Cannon-Brookes and Andrew Forrest score highest for ‘Net Trust’

Australia's most trusted businessman - Dick Smith

Social : Finding No: 8343

A special Roy Morgan survey on ‘Trust’ and ‘Distrust’ of business leaders shows Australian entrepreneurs Dick Smith, Mike Cannon-Brookes and Andrew Forrest score the highest ‘Net Trust Scores’ – meaning the ‘Trust’ felt towards the three far outweighs the ‘Distrust’ – according to a special Roy Morgan Snap SMS Survey of 974 Australians aged 14+ conducted this week.

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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has highest ‘Net Trust Score’ of all political leaders while Australian PM Scott Morrison has a ‘Net Distrust Score’ to overcome

Political : Finding No: 8333

A special Roy Morgan survey on ‘Trust’ and ‘Distrust’ of government leaders shows New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern scores the highest ‘Net Trust Score’ of all – meaning the ‘Trust’ felt toward the New Zealand leader far outweighs the ‘Distrust’ – according to a special Roy Morgan Snap SMS Survey of 974 Australians aged 14+ conducted over the last two days.


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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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Wonder Woman on top and Captain Marvel one to watch

March 07 2019

Wonder Woman is again Australia’s favourite superhero for kids aged 6-13 years old. An estimated 394,000 Aussie kids picked Wonder Woman as their favourite superhero in the year to December 2018, up a stunning 137,000 from a year ago. W...

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