Coronavirus (Covid-19): Australia

The coronavirus is one of our modern day's greatest global, human challenge. Now more than ever, access to evidence about the health and socio-economic impact is key to inform the general public and decision-takers in a moment of crisis. The need for evidence-based decision-making has never been greater. We are honoured to collate and present a growing selection of our sector's shared insights on the impact of the far-reaching and evolving Coronavirus crisis. Discover emerging Eureka’s below and learn more about how this health crisis is impacting public and consumer behaviour and sentiment.

Signals #7: Understanding the coronavirus crisis

This seventh edition of our Signals digest brings together Ipsos’ latest research on coronavirus from our teams around the world.
by Ipsos, on 04/06/2020
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Together Beyond COVID-19

The experience we are living through because of the epidemic COVID-19 is definitely new and unexpected for most of us. COVID-19 have definitely upset our habits, our daily life, our social relationships, the very way of working of many people, not only for the present time but likely for the future too.
by Dimensions Research & Marketing Consultancy, on 01/06/2020
Countries researched: Australia Italy Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates United States
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Social Scan of a Pandemic: Impact of Covid-19 on the English Speaking Population

Social listening report about the impact of Covid-19 on the English speaking population with focus on United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Ireland, and New Zealand, covering topics like: - key issues / concerns in current conversations - impact of Covid-19 related fear on stock markets - personality profiles of people suffering from Covid-19 related anxiety and fear - potential behavioural changes in society post Covid-19
by Behavioural Economy, on 12/04/2020
Countries researched: Australia Canada Ireland New Zealand South Africa United Kingdom United States
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Global Trends Report Special Edition: COVID-19

This report explores the changes in consumer attitudes and behaviours brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Spanning 14 countries, the report leverages Dynata’s global scale, deep relationships with consumers, and the largest fully-permissioned first-party data set in the industry, to help you understand changes in consumer behaviours and attitudes during the COVID-19 pandemic. In uncertain times, this special edition will deliver the insights you need to help make the best decisions as consumer trends evolve in response to the circumstances.
by Dynata, on 17/03/2020
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#AskCint: Your pressing market research questions during COVID-19

We know that there are some fundamental concerns right now that are directly impacting our jobs as researchers. Uncovering the right insights is vital in order to avoid costly missteps in a time when scrutiny - and emotions - are high. Based on the questions you asked us before this session, JD Deitch (COO, Cint) will dive into how our swiftly changing global situation is affecting key market research strategies. Specifically he will address: - Research design - Sampling methodology - Technology strategies - Supply and demand dynamics - Respondent behaviour JD will be using Cint’s domain knowledge, on-the-job experience and data from the Cint platform to help inform our market research community during these unpredictable times.
by Cint, on 28/04/2020
Countries researched: Australia China France Germany India Italy Japan South Africa Spain United Kingdom United States
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Australian insights: Weekly trends & opportunities to help brands to adapt

In these uncertain times, consumer behaviour is rapidly changing and becoming more and more unpredictable. Since late February, the PLAY team have been tracking these changes with our Australian online panel and hearing about the impacts and changing purchase habits directly from Australians. Now more than ever, research is needed to delve deeper and better understand our changing behaviour and what this will mean for brands. Although the long-term knock-on effect of local lockdowns is difficult to predict, together we can begin to plan for the changes we may see in the future.
by PLAY MR, on 19/04/2020
Countries researched: Australia
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Signals #2: Understanding the Coronavirus crisis across the world

The second edition of our digest brings together Ipsos’ latest research on coronavirus and draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and analysis from our teams around the world.
by Ipsos, on 26/03/2020
Countries researched: Australia Brazil Canada China France Germany India Italy Japan Korea, Republic of Mexico United Kingdom Vietnam
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Signals #1: Understanding the Coronavirus crisis across the world

This digest brings together our latest research on coronavirus and draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and analysis from our Ipsos teams around the world.
by Ipsos, on 13/03/2020
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Exploring what the ‘new normal’ might be post COVID-19

A Discover.ai exploration of the long term impact of isolation, loneliness and separation, and the implications for brands
by Discover.ai, on 06/04/2020
Countries researched: Australia China France Germany Hong Kong Italy Singapore Spain United Kingdom United States
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Signals #3: Understanding the coronavirus crisis

The third edition of our digest brings together Ipsos’ latest research on coronavirus and draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and analysis from our teams around the world.
by Ipsos, on 09/04/2020
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Consumer Reactions to COVID-19

Consumer Reactions to COVID-19 looks at how consumers in 18 countries are reacting to the impact that coronavirus is having on their lives, from satisfaction to security to coping habits.
by Toluna, on 08/04/2020
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COVID-19 as seen through Video Blogs

This is a continuous, living exercise to understand how people are reacting to the Coronavirus pandemic.
by elementary-ai, on 29/03/2020
Countries researched: Australia China France Germany India Italy Spain United Kingdom United States
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People want borders closed as fear about COVID-19 escalates

A majority of people across 12 nations think the borders of their country should be closed until the coronavirus outbreak is contained
by Ipsos, on 14/03/2020
Countries researched: Australia Canada China France Germany India Italy Japan Russian Federation United Kingdom United States Vietnam
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