Polls in the News
Federal leaders strongly supported for positions - A C Nielsen
Monday, 18 April 2011 10:12 | Written by Graham Young

The latest AC Nielsen poll shows Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott are both quite safe, at least from a polling point of view, as leaders of their respective parties. You could be pardoned for not knowing this, as the media has been reporting the opposite.

 
Christians and atheists - post election analysis
Thursday, 09 September 2010 11:48 | Written by Graham Young

Research by John Black confirms that Labor lost the Christian voters it gained last election, but did better with atheists and agnostics. But the Christians were more potent, living in key electorates. Non-believers were highly likely to be Greens voters.

 
Party insider poll tips are for mugs
Friday, 20 August 2010 00:24 | Written by Graham Young

Mugs are what most of my colleagues in the media are. Most media are  reporting internal ALP polling which shows that the government has 52 percent of the two-party vote, but is doing poorly in marginals in Queensland, New South Wales and West Australia. They give this polling credence and say that the election will be close.

 
Morgan comes back to earth
Sunday, 15 August 2010 06:46 | Written by Graham Young

Gary Morgan is back to getting results closer to what everyone thinks the result is likely to be. His latest poll shows a swing back to the Coalition of 6.5 points in just a week and a two-party preferred vote to Labor of 51%.

 
Galaxy predicts narrow Liberal win
Sunday, 15 August 2010 06:20 | Written by Graham Young

Galaxy also gets into the act with marginal seat polling, predicting a net 18 seats to the Coalition. Mumble has a summary on his blog.

 
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