Australia lags many countries globally when it comes to awareness and enthusiasm for the metaverse and extended reality
An Ipsos Survey for the World Economic Forum finds the global public divided in their level of excitement about the new technologies, but most agree it will profoundly impact their lives
Australians towards the back of the peloton when it comes to cycling behaviours and attitudes
Seven in 10 Australians believe cyclists represent a danger to drivers. Just under three in 10 Australians surveyed report having a bicycle for personal use but less than half (45%) would give bicycles priority over cars when it comes to new infrastructure projects
Australians expect food, fuel, housing, and interest rates to continue to rise, however more than half the population are financially comfortable
Survey finds that among 11 countries a quarter are struggling financially, and public expectations are for further inflation and price rises over 2022 – but it may be worse than they expect!
Australians’ satisfaction with their standard of living has declined, disproportionately among women
With cost-of-living pressures and inflation on the rise, the latest wave of the Ipsos Financial Circumstances Report has found the proportion of Australians satisfied with their standard of living continues to decline. Since July 2020, that decline has been felt disproportionately among Australian women, who have seen a dramatic decrease over this period.