Polls

Analysing the polls

Analysing the polls

Dr Kevin Bonham has a post Abbott Fastest Ever To Lose Poll Lead with this helpful advance summary: 1. Following the recent Newspoll, the new Abbott Government has lost the two-party preferred polling lead. 2. This does not necessarily mean […]

Not the Shipping News: There was no landslide

Not the Shipping News: There was no landslide

Now that the election counting for the House of Representatives is done and dusted (with Clive Palmer’s 36 vote victory in Fairfax being the last outstanding datum of import; though see the interesting Senate races still undeclared), there’s been a […]

Campbell Newman’s austerity and privatisation agendas are toxic in Brisbane

Campbell Newman’s austerity and privatisation agendas are toxic in Brisbane

Reachtel has conducted a massive poll (sample size is 36,323) for the Together Union. Being dismissed by the LNP Queensland government as “push polling”, the poll is unique in that the sample is broken down by individual electorates with average sample […]