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FATHER FIGURES: PROFILING THE QUINTESSENTIAL AUSSIE DAD
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FATHER FIGURES: PROFILING THE QUINTESSENTIAL AUSSIE DAD

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In the lead up to Father’s Day this weekend, some recent analysis from Nielsen’s Consumer & Media View survey to June 2015 has highlighted some key trends that profile the quintessential Aussie dad. The analysis paints a picture of a father who is sports mad, likes to share a beer with mates, enjoys electronic games and going to the movies to take in the latest action flick, loves his pooch and has big plans for home renovations in the next 12 months.


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