Australia’s cultural diversity

Australia is a nation of migrants. Not only was more than one in four Australians born overseas, but half of all households have at least one parent born overseas.

Values, education and faith in Australia

This analysis shows that even in an increasingly secular society, Australians are strongly supportive of equipping the next generation with a values foundation in education.

Faith and Belief in New Zealand

The 2017 Faith and Belief in New Zealand report explores themes and topics regarding New Zealand’s religion and spirituality.

The 2018 Baby Names Report is here

Around one in ten of Australia’s 300,000 babies born in the last year were given one of the top ten baby names, with Oliver and Charlotte continuing their reign from last year.

Queensland hits 5 million

Queensland’s population has topped the five-million mark as the state’s lifestyle attracts more newcomers from around the country and across the world.

Aussies most influenced by their mums

Our research found that mums are Aussie’s most influential life-shaper, and that more than two in five (43%) Aussies tell their mum they love her at least every month or so.

40 years of change: 1975 to today

This short video outlines four decades of massive change – demographically, socially, economically, politically, globally, culturally and technologically.

Redefining Sydney’s urban lifestyles

We partnered with Urban Taskforce Australia to produce the “Sydney Lifestyle Study”, a first-ever research study on Sydney’s apartment dwellers.

5 factors defining Generation Z

Understanding Generation Z and their learning habits is about understanding Generation Z as being social, mobile, global, digital and visual.

Uncovering Australia’s middle market

The Mid-Market Report explores what to many Australians, is a mystery. These are growing businesses, dynamic, fast-moving, entrepreneurial in nature, and embracing of technology.