This report explores Queenslanders' perceptions and attitudes towards innovation, specifically looking at how the Queensland public define innovation, their overall level of interest in it and the barriers and enablers to achieving an innovative culture.
In December 2016 FMA commissioned Colmar Brunton to carry out research among people who are nearing retirement age, or who have recently retired. This research is designed to help FMA learn more about the financial decisions that people make when they retire.
The Institute for Governance and Policy Studies (IGPS) has commissioned this survey to generate a snapshot of the current state of play and, more importantly, to kickstart a much needed conversation.
Our ndings suggest that there are serious concerns with levels of public trust...
Present the findings from a study conducted on New Zealand consumers about their attitudes, perceptions and behaviours around sustainability. The survey covers New Zealanders' top 5 concerns, views on responsible businesses, product safety, the influence of sustainability on purchasing behaviours, ethical products and the top...
In late 2014 Colmar Brunton, commissioned by NZ On Air and the Broadcasting Standards Authority, carried out a comprehensive face to face survey of more than 700 children aged 6-14 and their parents about the media consumption behaviour of children.
NZ On Air funds...
These reports provide the results of qualitative and quantitative research into community attitudes about superannuation. Issues that have been considered in the research include:
• structure and regulation,
• tax treatment,
• rates of return, and