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Consumer Sentiment Tracker

Live insights on the wealth, happiness and economic outlook of everyday Australians.

Finder's Consumer Sentiment Tracker is a live, nationally representative study of the Australian public. Developed by Finder and conducted by Qualtrics, a SAP company, it continuously monitors consumer sentiment in Australia. The survey, which has so far polled over 61,000 Australians, expands monthly by 1,000 participants. Selection criteria include age, location, gender, and income, ensuring a demographic cross-section that mirrors Australia's population. Topics covered are wealth, happiness, financial sentiment, and environmental awareness.

This data represents a brief overview of notable insights but is just a fraction of the survey's comprehensive scope. Journalists and researchers interested in more detailed information can contact us using the details provided at the end of this page.

Wealth πŸ’°

The wealth section examines the personal and household income, savings, job security, financial stress, property ownership and private/public school attendance of the average Australian family.

Jump to: happiness | economic confidence | environment



Happiness πŸ™‚

One of the simplest questions in our survey β€” "Would you say you are happy right now?" β€” produced some of the most interesting insights. In this section, we break down happiness by generation, age, state, employment status, relationship status, residence and income, among others.

Jump to: wealth | economic confidence | environment



Economic Confidence 🌏

This section analyses the Australian consumer's confidence in the housing market and the economy in general.

Jump to: wealth | happiness | environment


Environment 🌱

This section examines Australians' attitudes to conservation and the environment.

Link to: wealth | happiness | economic confidence


Data source: Finder, ABS


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