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Pureprofile data underpins new Australian research into the acceptance of vaccination and government mandates Data from the Pureprofile panel lies at the core of a recent publication in the well-regarded academic journal Politics. This peer-reviewed publication from authors Dr David Smith (University of Sydney), Dr Katie Attwell and Dr Uwana Evers...

Marketers face a real conundrum when it comes to personalisation and privacy; consumers want personalisation, but are wary of businesses harvesting the data needed to achieve it. This is commonly referred to as the personalisation paradox, and there’s no shortage of evidence to illustrate just how much personalised experiences impact...

At a time when consumer trust is at an all time low, businesses must take a proactive approach when it comes to data privacy and compliance. Not only are consumers becoming more concerned about their personal data being harvested for commercial gain, but governments around the world are passing stringent...

"Declared data" is a hot topic in today’s marketing circles, but what does it actually mean? And why is it being proclaimed as the future for people-based marketing and customer experience (CX)? Declared data is information that has been explicitly shared by a consumer in an informed and consenting way. It...

Consumers are now more empowered than ever by choice, convenience and information. This has been referred to as the ‘Age of the Customer’ - and businesses must be able to meet the demands of the highest customer expectations in order to succeed and out-perform their competitors. How can this be achieved?...

During April 2019, we asked our panel members about their voting preferences, perceptions of citizen influence on the Australian government, and their level of understanding of the important issues facing our country. To give some greater insights into the political leanings of our sample, we compared the answers of individuals...

The main aim of our research is to explore whether individuals with different value priorities allocate their money differently.We found that relations between values and spending were not haphazard. Rather, they were consistent with the motivational compatibilities and conflicts among values, with neighbouring values often showing similar relations to spending. We...

We asked people how they spend their time on a typical work day and a typical day off, based on the activity categories from the 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics Time Use Survey. We grouped these activities into four broad time use categories: (1) Work and education activities, (2) family...

In this 3- part series we explore how our personal values relate to different aspects of everyday life How do our values relate to our personal demographic characteristics? Values are motivational life goals that reflect what is important in life. They give meaning to the things we do. And, we all naturally...

Watch the recording of The Values Project Webinar. In this unique online event, we talked through the initial findings from the first year of a three-year longitudinal study of Australians’ values across the adult lifespan. If you haven't already you can download the report ‘What do we value?’ to read the detailed findings....

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