Satisfied Hotel Guests are also more likely to notice travel related advertising and media than the general New Zealand population. The chart below shows how satisfied hotel guests compare with New Zealanders on travel and tourism content for a number of locations.
Awareness of Travel Promotion and Media
Source: Roy Morgan Research Single Source, Feb 11 – Jan 12, NZ Population n = 11,934, Satisfied Guests n = 3,662.
The Roy Morgan Satisfied Hotel Customer Profiles show how satisfied customers compare to the New Zealand population across many different attitudes, activities, demographics and media usage. The data comes from Roy Morgan’s Single Source consumer survey, which includes information based on over 12,000 New Zealanders annually.
Pip Elliott, Client Services Director, Roy Morgan Research, says:
An extensive range of the latest detailed Roy Morgan New Zealand Satisfied Hotel Customer Profiles profiles examine the attitudes, activities, media usage and demographics of the satisfied customers of hotels such as Best Western, Copthorne, Crowne Plaza, Grand Mercure, Heritage, Holiday Inn, Hotel Grand Chancellor, Ibis, Kingsgate, Mercure, Millennium, Novotel, Quality, Quest and Rydges.
An extensive range of the latest detailed Roy Morgan New Zealand Travel & Tourism products is available. Profile and report categories include travel agents and tour operators, air travel, hire cars, destination preference, holiday activities and expenditure.
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