Nearly every second Austrian liked to listen to, read or watch fairytales when they were young, only five percent didn’t like this at all. Women’s perception clearly differs from men’s in this dimension. To 14 percent of the population fairytales were read nearly daily when they were young, about two fifths had story time several times a week.

 

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Three out of four Austrians possess at least one loyalty card; owners of loyalty cards have 6,2 different cards on average. Among women, mid-aged respondents as well as higher-educated people, the average number of loyalty cards lies above average. Usually, owners of loyalty cards have all of them in their wallet all the time.

 

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Slightly more than three fifths of internet users generally watch videos on the YouTube channel; about 64 percent do this at least weekly. One in four users has uploaded a video in the past half-year, 15 percent do this at least weekly. The most popular genres include fun videos and music videos.

 

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Varying viewpoints in the Austrian population concerning the current situation of Austria as business location: About one third is convinced that there are rather opportunities; an equal group mainly perceives threats and about one fourth of the population cannot further evaluate the economic status quo.

 

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Three fifths of the employees in Austria are totally satisfied with their occupation; only a minority of 3 percent is totally dissatisfied. About one third of the employees would consider themselves as job-oriented. Satisfaction with the own current job situation is extremely high.

 

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