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Conducting world class research, Communicating insights in innovative ways.
Conducting world class research, Communicating insights in innovative ways.

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At McCrindle we run all kinds of qualitative research from in depth interviews, co-creation groups, ethnographic interviews and of course focus groups. Here are some tips for when you are running any kind of group session.

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Aussies are changing residences every 7 years, even more so while renting!
#TuesdayTrend
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Next Tuesday night is the night where Census Australia will count 10 million dwelling in Australia, making it the biggest census in Australia's history. See what to expect and what has changed since the 2011 Census: http://bit.ly/2aznnQm

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Aussies love their ‪#‎Vegemite‬!
‪#‎TuesdayTrend‬
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“We are who we are not because of our age or family situation, but because of our attitude to life and how we view it, adjust and reinvent. Traditionally we think about tribes based on demographics and age, this is a move to ‪#‎psychographics‬ — more social trends, attitudes & lifestyles." http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/home/are-you-a-peter-pan-the-new-tribes-of-the-property-market/news-story/bf06814ecabafcaee47b25d5ab3256ba

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Are we more educated than we used to be? In 1986 49% of students completed year 12 and these days its fast approaching 90%. Mark McCrindle takes a look at education state by state. http://bit.ly/29Iq5wM

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Who loves a good Aussie #meatpie? 260 million are consumed each year! #TuesdayTrend
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Happy World Population Day! We took a look at different aspects of Australia's demographics and how each of our states stack up. Check out Mark McCrindle on The Daily Edition. http://bit.ly/2a1rIqQ

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Just 43 days until Census Day!
It’s the Census not the Election that will tell us most about ourselves. The election will reveal a lot about our political persuasions and policy preferences however it is the census that will offer far more clarity and detail about our nation. http://www.mccrindle.com.au/the-mccrindle-blog/why-the-august-count-will-mean-more-than-the-july-count
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