What is love? (Aged 20 – 29)

When asked what they love, a group of four 20-somethings list what you might expect: their family, friends, hobbies like sport or...

South Australia – State of Mind ...

Square Holes has been tracking the financial and mental state of mind of South Australians via a representative survey of 400...

Lucky pot of gold

As all things in life, with the current environment of the aftermath of bushfire chaos and global spread of COVID-19, 'this too shall pass'....

Doing their bit to help (60-69 year-olds)

This week the Square Holes team spoke with ages 60 – 69 about their perspectives on the current COVID-19 crisis. A common...

Digital can’t replace everything (Secondary schoolers)

Square Holes recently asked six secondary school students, aged 13 – 16, to summarise the COVID-19 pandemic in one word:

The power of price and convenience (Aged 50 – 59)

The COVID pandemic disrupted routines and created heightened levels of uncertainty, which humans typically try to avoid at all costs.

South Australia – State of Mind (March 2020)

While younger South Australians are more optimistic about the future than older South Australians, they have higher signs of finding the stresses...

Growing up during COVID-19 (Primary schoolers)

The world has undergone seismic shifts in recent weeks and businesses, governments and communities have pivoted to keep up. These changes have...

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