ALP (55.5%) increases lead over the L-NP (44.5%) to the largest since the last election as Government splinters on ‘vaccine mandates’

ALP (55.5%) increases lead over the L-NP (44.5%) to the largest since the last election as Government splinters on ‘vaccine mandates’

Political : Finding No: 8862

ALP support is now at 55.5% (up 2% points since early November) cf. L-NP on 44.5% (down 2% points) on a two-party preferred basis according to the latest Roy Morgan Poll on Federal voting intention conducted over the last two weekends.
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Over three-quarters of Victorians (76%) agree that an employed worker in Victoria is not allowed to enter their employer’s workplace unless fully vaccinated

Over three-quarters of Victorians (76%) agree that an employed worker in Victoria is not allowed to enter their employer’s workplace unless fully vaccinated

Political : Finding No: 8868

A large majority of 76% of Victorians agree that an employed worker in Victoria is not allowed to enter their employer’s workplace unless fully vaccinated compared to only 24% that disagree, according to a special Victorian Roy Morgan SMS Poll conducted yesterday (November 24, 2021).

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ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence lifts 1.4pts to 107.4 as vaccination rates rise and restrictions continue to ease

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence lifts 1.4pts to 107.4 as vaccination rates rise and restrictions continue to ease

Economic : Finding No: 8865

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence was up 1.4pts to 107.4 on the second weekend of November. Consumer Confidence is below the 2021 weekly average of 108.2. However, Consumer Confidence is now 2.9 points higher than the same week a year ago, November 21/22, 2020 (104.5).
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Australians re-discover ‘love’ of magazines during 2021 with Food & Entertainment, Home & Garden, General Interest and Mass Women readership up year on year

Australians re-discover ‘love’ of magazines during 2021 with Food & Entertainment, Home & Garden, General Interest and Mass Women readership up year on year

Market Research : Finding No: 8857

Over 11.2 million Australians aged 14+ (53%) now read print magazines, an increase of 2.2% from a year ago ago, according to the results released today from the Roy Morgan Australian Readership report for the 12 months to September 2021.
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A majority of 60.5% of Victorians refer to COVID-19 leadership, communication, keeping people safe and following the health advice for why they approve of Premier Daniel Andrews although there are negatives by 39.5% because too powerful

High (60.5%) approval of Premier Daniel Andrews rests on his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic

Political : Finding No: 8859

A special Roy Morgan survey on approval or disapproval with the way Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is handling his job last week found a clear majority of 60.5% of Victorian electors now approve of the way Premier Andrews is handling his job, although this is down 10.5% points from a year ago in November 2020, while 39.5%, up 10.5% points disapprove of his handling of the job.
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Victoria’s major parties both lose support to minor parties while Premier Daniel Andrews’ job approval is over 10% points lower than a year ago

Victoria’s major parties both lose support to minor parties while Premier Daniel Andrews’ job approval is over 10% points lower than a year ago

Political : Finding No: 8858

A Roy Morgan Poll on State voting intention in Victoria shows the ALP lead over the L-NP on a two-party preferred basis is virtually unchanged from a year ago although both major parties have lost primary support to minor parties and independents according to a Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey on Victorian voting intention conducted yesterday.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence continued to slowly increase this week but there were divergent moves in re-opened Sydney and Melbourne

Economic : Finding No: 8853

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence is now at 109.0 and has increased in 11 of the last 13 weeks since hitting a ‘Delta-wave’ low of 98.6 on August 7/8, 2021. That low was the week Victoria entered its record sixth lockdown and since then Consumer Confidence has increased by 10.4pts (+10.5%).

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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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