Reports

Reports

 

Consumer economic sentiment soars (May 2021).  Australian consumer economic sentiment is bouyant, based on several indicators.  This is good for consumer spending growth.

Wisdom of the Masses (April 2021).  What consumers expect over the next year and their
concerns about the future.  The expected likelihood of economic events, a decline in births, a decline in vehicle ownership, and much more.

Advertising spending growth outlook (March 2021).  Predictions based on models which relate consumer activity and business sentiment to advertising spending growth.
 

Australia in 2021 (February 2021).  Australia has done well in 2020, with the economy recovering and a lower death toll from the pandemic than was expected.  But there are still risks and
uncertainties in 2021.

 
Automotive trends (January 2021, April 2021).  Analysis of trends in new vehicle sales by type of buyer and fuel type.  Analysis of trends in usage, fuel efficiency, average age.  Analysis of factors driving sales.  Also included are analysis and projections of sales to 2027. 
 

Predicting the outcome of Australia's next federal election (April 2021).  The polls got is very wrong in 2019 - here's how we can predict more accurately.  Predictions based on April 2021 data.

 

Australian food preferences and behaviour (September 2020).

 

First home buyer boom set to continue (September 2020, updated November 2020 and April 2021).  Based on proprietary tracking data and official data, a unique set of favourable conditions has created a boom.

Low fossil fuel consumption vehicle sales scenarios (June 2020).  Scenarios for sales to 2030.

Drought in Australia (November 2019).  Consumer expectations about drought, concern about adequate water supply, and links with climate change beliefs.

Forecasting: the essential skills.  A wide ranging book which identifies important skills needed for successful forecasting.

Searching for a cool change.  Evidence that climate change is starting to influence our choices about where we live.  April 2019.

 

Wisdom of the Masses (April 2021).  What consumers expect over the next year and their
concerns about the future.  The expected likelihood of economic events, a decline in births, a decline in vehicle ownership, and much more.

Consumer economic sentiment soars (May 2021).  Australian consumer economic sentiment is bouyant, based on several indicators.  This is good for consumer spending growth.