Our recent survey of Australians, Americans and Canadians explores the percentage of travellers that have broken laws or been culturally inappropriate while abroad.
Compare the Market surveyed Australians, Americans and Canadians to see how increasing prices has influenced their home ownership dreams.
How much do people know about it, and where are they getting their information? Compare the Market surveyed Australians and North Americans to find out.
The pandemic has altered many people’s perceptions of the healthcare industry in recent years, but just how much of a difference has there been in our level of trust in local doctors?
When you’re on a flight, is it okay to recline the seat? Compare the Market explores flight etiquette in a survey of Australian and North American adults to determine the consensus on frequent in-flight issues.
Washing your sheets, towels, and brushing your teeth are all important to maintain good hygiene practises. But which country has the dirtiest cleaning habits?
With more people working from home than ever before, this survey reveals which age groups are the most likely to slack off without their employer knowing.
Whether you're hunting for your next set of wheels or looking at your dream car, searching for car brands on the internet is likely your first stop. We explore which brands receive the most love when it comes to Google search volume.
We studied the lifespan of elite athletes to determine the life expectancy for professionals in each sport. We also discuss the link between head trauma and increased mortality.
Drivers spending less time behind the wheel due to lockdowns or working-form-home could save hundreds by reviewing their annual mileage and updating their policy, as shown by a Compare the Market analysis.
Global unemployment statistics have changed significantly across the 21st century. We explore some of the triggers and trends that have taken place between 2000 and 2020.
Research shows that many common human foods could be lethal for our furry friends.