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Originally published: iTWire, 6 June 2019 amaysim says Aussies can get "giggy" with its newly enlarged plans, and at the keener pricing, you may well get giddy and giggly with delight at the difference. Ok, so as of the 6th of June, Amaysim's OLD plans for unlimited talk...

During April 2019, we asked our panel members about their voting preferences, perceptions of citizen influence on the Australian government, and their level of understanding of the important issues facing our country. To give some greater insights into the political leanings of our sample, we...

Originally published: Dailymail.co.uk, 11 May 2019 One in four Australians have had parcels stolen from outside their homes, according to new research. Package theft is becoming increasingly common as busy shoppers switch to buying their expensive technology, furniture and even groceries online. The research surveyed 1,000 Australians and was...

In light of the Christchurch terror attack earlier this month, we asked more than 1000 Pureprofile members about their thoughts on the live video streaming of graphic or violent content- whether or not it should be banned and who should be responsible for controlling such...

Originally published: New Idea, 22 March 2019 A decade or so ago just eating breakfast was enough, everyone got the message: ‘It’s the most important meal of the day.’ We all sat down to a bowl of Rice Bubbles and Vegemite on toast for breakfast. Or maybe...

Discover how Australians will celebrate St Valentine’s Day, this February 14th. From gift giving to dining out, a remarkable number of people are taking aim with Cupid’s arrow.   SHARE THIS INFOGRAPHIC ON YOUR SITE Please include attribution to https://pureprofile.com/ with this graphic....

On January 26, the majority of Australians will once again take the opportunity to revel in everything they love about this sunburnt country. But a growing number of people are questioning whether January 26 is the right date on which to hold our national day...

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the country not a creature was stirring - apart from Pureprofile, who wanted to find out more about the way Australians herald in the silly season. So, they hung out their stockings full of questions and eagerly...