The Good Life?
McCrindle partnered with Consumed to prepare the Consumed report in April 2019. The report explores Consumerism in Australia and its implications for society. The purpose of this research is to understand attitudes, beliefs and behaviours towards consumerism and its impacts on individuals and society.
Consumerism still captures far more of our imagination than God’s vision for the ‘Good Life’.
Less than a quarter of Christians reported that impacting their local communities or the world was important for the good life (23% and 17% respectively). They were far more likely to say that financial independence (51%), owning a home (42%), being well regarded (32%) and travelling the world (31%) are more important.
Given a few hours spare, Christians are more likely to watch TV (9.5%) than engage in something spiritual (6%). Not counting work, the top 5 activities that Christians spend their time on, does not include deepening their faith. Screentime is number 1!
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A detailed research into what drives our Consumer habits.
High level information from the report presented in an easy to read and understand infographic.
This guide details how we can take action towards creating better outcomes in our consumer choices.
We don’t just want you to be armed with knowledge and stats on the current state of our consumer habits. Instead, we want to empower in making a considered difference, not just individually, but collectively.
The first step to creating a difference is to download the report and gain a better understanding of our world.
The next step is to join us in developing a way forward. Check out our CREATE page where you’ll find your opportunity to share your ideas or join in other’s ideas to address the issue of consumption in our world.