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Ethical Standards – Our Poll Results


Tuesday, 17th April 2001 at 1:04 pm
Staff Reporter
Thanks to all those who took a few moments to take part in our recent instant poll on Ethical Standards and what they mean to you as a consumer.

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Ethical Standards – Our Poll Results
Tuesday, 17th April 2001 at 1:04 pm

Thanks to all those who took a few moments to take part in our recent instant poll on Ethical Standards and what they mean to you as a consumer.

The question was “When making a purchasing decision do you consider the ethical standards of the seller?”

Almost one in three respondents or 26% say as consumers they consider the ethical standards of the seller every time they make a purchase.

60% of respondents agreed that they sometimes considered this purchasing aspect and 12 percent say they rarely think about it.

The trends show the poll is a strong indicator of the changing face of consumerism and this is also reflected in the growing interest in our Pro Bono Australia stories of ethical investments and ethical business.

Please continue to support the instant poll facility on our web site. Go to probonoaustralia.com.au.



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