In January 2020 Roy Morgan Business Confidence dropped 2.9pts (-2.8%) to a nearly nine-year low of 101.6. Business Confidence has only been lower during the last decade when it briefly dipped below the neutral level of 100 in July...
In December 2019 Roy Morgan Business Confidence dropped 3.9pts (-3.6%) to an eight-month low of 104.5. Declining sentiment about the performance of the Australian economy over the next year and the next five years drove the fall.
Roy Morgan Business Confidence increased 2.4pts (+2.3%) to 108.4 in November - the first increase since August. Driving the increase was improving sentiment about the year ahead. Now a slim majority of business-leaders (50.8%) exp...
Roy Morgan Business Confidence dropped 4.6pts (-4.2%) to 106.0 in October, putting it at its lowest level since the Federal Election in mid-May. The fall was heaviest in forward-looking indicators, with the largest decline conc...
This report provides a monthly measure of the level of confidence or outlook for Australian businesses.
Each year we interview decision-makers in businesses of every size, in every industry, throughout Australia. Our business research covers business confidence, telecommunications, banking and finance and media use.
Roy Morgan is the largest independent Australian research company, with offices throughout Australia, as well as in Indonesia, the United States and the United Kingdom. A full service research organisation specialising in omnibus and syndicated data, Roy Morgan has over 70 years’ experience in collecting objective, independent information on consumers.
The margin of error to be allowed for in any estimate depends mainly on the number of interviews on which it is based. Margin of error gives indications of the likely range within which estimates would be 95% likely to fall, expressed as the number of percentage points above or below the actual estimate. Allowance for design effects (such as stratification and weighting) should be made as appropriate.
25% or 75%
10% or 90%
5% or 95%