Vox Populi Research

Latin for ‘The Voice of The People’, Vox Populi Research are experts at listening to people voice their opinions, anxieties, hopes and dreams.

real insights, informed decisions

Determined to help our clients make informed decisions, we use qualitative and quantitative research methodologies to provide real, raw and authentic community feedback.


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Dr Rebecca Huntley is one of Australians foremost researchers on social trends. She currently heads Vox Populi Research.

Rebecca Huntley has the unique ability to capture the essence of consumer insights in one, compelling sentence. Being equipped with the ‘right words’ is critical in a collaborative environment where relevance is critical for engagement. Rebecca’s interest in food and her broad understanding of the mind and mood of today’s consumer helped us to broaden the benefits of red meat from a good source of iron to a healthy meal the whole family will enjoy.
— Veronique Droulez, Senior Nutrition Manager Meat and Livestock Australia

Our experience + YOUR OBJECTIVES = meaningful engagement

We work with you to understand feedback from the Australian market through

  • Traditional focus groups

  • Stakeholder /depth interviews

  • Online focus groups

  • In home, peer or family circle qualitative research

  • Ethnography

  • Quantitative Surveys

  • Polling


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Working with Rebecca and Vox Populi was (and continues to be) an outstanding experience: their skilled advice helped us expand the scope and quality of our results well beyond our initial brief without stretching our budget. The strength of Rebecca’s reputation as a researcher opened doors and built our credibility with key stakeholders to whom we’d previously had limited access.
— Suzanne Milthorpe, National Nature Campaign Manager
As a social scientist with many years experience of qualitative research, I recognise both the merits and pitfalls of focus group and in-depth interviews. The research conducted by Vox Populi Research using these two methods was exemplary. It was a pleasure to work with Rebecca Huntley and team on the planning phase of the research, and the post-research analysis in both written and oral formats more than met our requirements.
— Jane Dixon, PhD Associate Professor (Honorary) National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health Research School of Population Health Australian National University