JWS Research conducted a post election survey asking 1,000 voters how they voted in last Saturday’s federal 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.
Support for nuclear energy to provide cheaper and more reliable electricity has been revealed. Commissioned by the South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, a survey of 600 SA voters revealed that 63% think nuclear power should be considered due to cost and reliability issues in the national electricity market.
Polling conducted with the Housing Industry Association (HIA) found 75 per cent of Australians think ‘everyday Australians’ should be able to own their own home, and while the vast majority of renters aspire to do so, only 42 per cent feel they will ever achieve this.
New research to explore public perceptions of alcohol marketing has found that recent rulings under the ABAC Responsible Alcohol Marketing Code mostly reflect community standards. However, JWS Research found that awareness of Ad Standards, ABAC and the Responsible Alcohol Marketing Code is not widespread.
Research conducted by JWS Research for the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ASCS) demonstrates that Australians are concerned about cyber security, but simply do not know where to go or who to talk to about their safety online.
In March this year, we celebrated our tenth anniversary, a milestone we are extremely proud of achieving.