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Number of Aussies using digital payment hits 14.5 million

Most Australians are now using digital payment, according to new research from Roy Morgan. This research unveils that more than 14.5 million Australians aged 14 and older (71.7 per cent) use digital payment in a 12-month period. “The way in which we make payments is evolving quickly,” Roy Morgan CEO …

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‘Alcohol Currency Report’: wine most popular, but beer drunk most

The Roy Morgan ‘Alcohol Currency Report’ reveals 69.3 per cent of Australians aged 18-years-plus drink alcohol in an average four weeks. Of all Australians 18 years and older, 44.5 per cent consume wine, 39.1 per cent imbibe beer, 27.5 per cent consume spirits, and 13.6 per cent drink cider. Looking …

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Larger companies driving business confidence

Business confidence, as measured by Roy Morgan, has begun 2018 at its best two-month level since 2014 – driven largely by businesses with an annual turnover of $5 million or more. The Roy Morgan Business Confidence index was down 3.5 points (2.8 per cent) to 120 in February following the …

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Foodland awarded supermarket of the year

South Australian independent supermarket Foodland has been awarded Roy Morgan’s supermarket of the year 2017. This is the third time in five years Foodland has won the award, having the most satisfied supermarket customers in the country. Leading independent research agency Roy Morgan conducts the yearly research for the awards, …

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Costco and Kmart battle for 2017 customer-satisfaction award

Costco and Kmart were locked in a tight battle for the 2017 Annual Roy Morgan Discount Department Store Customer Satisfaction Award, with Costco announced the winner this week. Both stores improved their customer satisfaction over the past year. However, Costco’s monthly victory in November 2017, with a customer-satisfaction rating of …

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Supermarket mags maintain top spot

Coles Magazine and Woolworth’s Fresh are Australia’s most widely read magazines, increasing their readership by 11.3 per cent and 13.1 per cent respectively in the year to December 2017, according to the latest Roy Morgan Australian Magazine Readership report. The report says Coles Magazine reached 4,152,000 readers last year, slightly ahead of Fresh with …

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Print media remains a key influence for consumers

New figures from Roy Morgan have shown that catalogues are the most useful media for driving consumers in groceries and alcoholic beverages. According to the latest Roy Morgan September 2017 magazine readership results, almost four million Australians read either Coles Magazine (3,975,000) or Woolworth’s Fresh (3,828,000). This wide readership has meant strong …

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Shoppers tipped to spend $50bn-plus this Christmas

The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) and Roy Morgan Research’s Annual Pre-Christmas Sales Predictions indicate shoppers will spend more than $50 billion in Australia’s retail stores over the Christmas trading period from November 15 to December 24. ARA Executive Director Russell Zimmerman says that although the Australian retail industry has been …

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