The study was conduct between October and November, 2013. The results are based on an online survey of 1000 adult residents of Australia using the Ipsos View Panel. Each respondent was randomly allocated 10 brands from a list of 100 to evaluate over a number of key metrics and against an array of statemens.
Ipsos Public Affairs has been tracking the top issue concerns of residents across 24 countries since 2010. This report is the first of a bi-annual series that will be provided by the Ipsos Health Policy Institute focusing on “healthcare” as an issue priority.
Global Trends Report in which we have used survey findings alongside other sources to highlight ten key trends.
Ipsos MediaCT today announced the launch of PLSme!, a unique research approach specifically developed for media and content brands to better understand audience behaviour, engagement and monetisation opportunities.
May 2014: Citizens in 25 Countries Assess the Current State of their Country’s Economy for a Total Global Perspective
Ipsos APAC: April 29, 2014 – Australians cite ‘the economy’ as the most important issue facing the nation, with two in five (41%) rating it as the most important issue facing our country.
Australia’s business leaders saw their salaries fall in 2013 but they maintained an average net worth of $1.7 million and bought more luxury items than the previous year, the annual “Business Elite” survey from research firm Ipsos MediaCT reveals.