New research conducted by JWS Research finds that a number of Australians are planning to cancel, put on hold or let lapse their pay TV services as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The research was commissioned by The Trade Desk and conducted in September of this year with a quantitative survey of 1,000 Australians.
JWS Research conducted a post election survey asking 1,000 voters how they voted in last Saturday’s Queensland state election, why they voted that way, what information sources and issues were influential, and how they felt about the respective campaigns. Full results and analysis are available to download.
We’re thrilled to announce that JWS Research is a 2020 National Winner in the AMI Marketing Excellence Awards! We won for Insights Driven Marketing in a competitive field for our work with Minerals Council of Australia on their ‘There’s more to Australian Mining’ campaign.
JWS Research founder John Scales sat on the panel that decided The Australian Financial Review Magazine’s 2020 power list for its annual Power issue. Find out who’s dealing with crises and making an impact in these unprecedented times.
Recent research for Infrastructure Australia found that preparing for extreme weather events such as floods and fires was considered a priority in infrastructure planning for a total of 94 per cent of Australians. Infrastructure Australia engaged JWS Research to ask Australians about the planning priorities for its next national plan, which provides an investment road map for industry and government.
A new research-informed campaign has been launched to dispel myths and inform the public about nuclear energy after a comprehensive JWS Research study including focus groups and a quantitative survey of 1500 finds more Australians support lifting the ban on the use of nuclear power than oppose it.