Polls in the News
Ipsos - Australians believe globalisation is good (with qualifications)
Saturday, 10 July 2010 06:35 | Written by Internet Thinking

As the world's G-20 leaders gather in Toronto, Canada for their meeting, a majority of consumers globally believe that globalisation and expanded trade are good, and that investment by foreign companies is essential for growth and expansion, a new Ipsos/canada.com poll has found.

 
ANZ Job Ads June 2010
Monday, 05 July 2010 07:16 | Written by Graham Young

Employment growth is very strong with job ads up 32.2% this year compared to last according to the June 2010 ANZ job advertisement survey. While that is good news for job seekers the survey does have bad news for the print media - most of the growth has occurred online with Internet advertising up 31.1% year on year while print was only up 11.8% YoY.

 
Morgan polls marginal seats
Monday, 05 July 2010 01:04 | Written by Graham Young

Gary Morgan has been polling marginal seats and finds a significant number would revert to the Coalition. What he doesn't highlight is that across all of his seats there is virtually no movement since the last election. This supports the thesis that there is no Gillard honeymoon. By only polling Labor-held marginals he also introduces a pro-Coalition bias into his sample.

 
Roy Morgan - was honeymoon a one night stand?
Tuesday, 29 June 2010 10:01 | Written by Internet Thinking

It's getting hard to draw a bead on exactly where the Gillard coup has positioned Labor with the latest opinion poll, this time from Gary Morgan, showing the Liberals ahead of Labor by 51.5% to 48.5% on the two-party vote. Morgan also shows Gillard leading Abbott as preferred Prime Minister by 49% to 34%, although 48% percent approve of the job that Tony Abbott is doing compared to 40% who approve of Julia's performance.

 
No bounce for Gillard - Newspoll
Monday, 28 June 2010 03:02 | Written by Internet Thinking

Newspoll confirms that so far there has been no honeymoon for Gillard. Their latest figures show Labor bottoming in May with a slow rebound since then. With a two-party preferred vote of 53% to the Liberals 47% it doesn't quite reach their mid-April standing.

 
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