Insights

National Poll Report

The Coalition would win an election held now with a swing of around 7%, according to the latest Nielsen Poll. The national poll of 1,400 respondents, taken from Thursday to Saturday (11-13 April 2013), shows the Coalition with 57% of the two-party preferred vote (up one point since 14-16 March)...

Federal Poll Report

The Coalition would win an election held now with a swing of around 6%, according to the latest Nielsen Poll. The national poll of 1,400 respondents, taken from Thursday to Saturday (14-16 February 2013), shows the Coalition with 56% of the two-party preferred vote (up four points since 13-15...

Nielsen Poll November 2012

The Coalition would win an election held now, according to the latest Nielsen Poll. The national poll of 1,400 respondents, taken from Thursday to Saturday (15-17 November 2012), shows the Coalition with 53% of the two-party preferred vote (up one point since 18-20 October) ahead of the ALP on 47%...

Nielsen Poll August 2012

The national poll of 1,400 respondents, taken from Thursday to Saturday (23-25 August 2012), shows the Coalition with 54% of the two preferred vote (down to two points since 26-28 July) ahead of the ALP on 46% (up 2). This is Labor's best two party results since late February, when the Coalition...

Nielsen Poll - August 2012: Asylum Seekers

The recent study found that 67 percent support offshore processing of asylum seekers in Papua New Guinea and Nauru. 48 percent support the decision to increase the number of refugees Australia accepts from 13,750 per year to 20,000 per year; 49 percent are opposed. A majority of Australians...