Horizon Research surveyed 4,404 participants across six export markets about the Australian Made logo and Australian products. The following findings are from 508 participants surveyed in Toronto, Canada.
The Australian Made Campaign regularly undertakes research here and in export markets to understand consumer awareness of the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo, demand for Australian products and produce and consumer attitudes towards buying Australian.
In July 2020 Roy Morgan research examined the recognition and trust of the Australian Made logo; which country of origin label provided consumers with the most confidence; Australians preference for Australian Made products; the benefits for businesses when displaying the Australian Made logo; and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on purchase behaviour.
2019 Roy Morgan research finds Australians prefer Australian Made New consumer research from Roy Morgan shows Australians prefer Australian Made products across a wide range of products categories.
In November 2016 Roy Morgan Research conducted a survey among business professionals in Australia to identify the approach that their companies have in place when purchasing goods or supplies. According to the findings, the majority of Australian businesses now have a policy or preference for buying Australian-made goods wherever possible. While only a quarter of all businesses surveyed were found to have an official policy in place, nearly half expressed a preference for buying Australian-made.
In September 2016 Roy Morgan Research conducted a survey among Australians aged 18+ on consumer preferences towards buying Australian-made and Australian-grown products. According to the findings, more than two thirds of Australians would give preference to buying locally made and grown goods. Future purchase intentions were found to be heavily influenced by whether or not a product was Australian-made or Australian-grown, across all product categories researched.
A short summary of findings from Roy Morgan Research on preferences towards buying Australian from 2013-2015, with handy links to further information.
In July 2013, Roy Morgan Research conducted an extensive survey among senior executives, middle and lower management to identify the approach that their companies have in place when purchasing goods or supplies.
In July 2013, Roy Morgan Research conducted a survey among Australians aged 18+ on purchase attitudes and associated behaviours towards buying Australian-made and grown products. According to the findings, buying Australian-made matters more to us now than it did a year ago, and we regularly buy local, even if it comes at a cost.