William BoweJun 22, 20163 Comments
The Palaszczuk government gets yet another finely balanced opinion poll result, this time from Newspoll.
William BoweJun 1, 201621 Comments
Morgan's SMS state polling finds the Liberals remaining competitive or better in Western Australia, and Labor running third in South Australia.
William BoweMay 15, 20165 Comments
The first Queensland poll since Tim Nicholls seized the Opposition leadership finds the Liberal National Party edging further ahead, despite a tentative reaction to its new leader.
William BoweApr 28, 20164 Comments
ReachTEL provides further evidence that the two parties remain closely locked together in Queensland, together with a big thumbs down for last week's sneaky reintroduction of compulsory preferential voting.
William BoweApr 21, 201660 Comments
A major tactical victory for the minority Labor government in Queensland, which has succeeded in tacking a return to compulsory preferential voting on to an Opposition-backed bill to increase the size of parliament.
William BoweApr 17, 20163 Comments
The latest Galaxy state poll from Queensland records little change on either the election or the previous poll, with everything depending on unpredictable preference flows.
William BoweApr 2, 201612 Comments
Monthly state polling from Roy Morgan has Labor up across the board, while the Nick Xenophon Team reaches ever more incredible heights in South Australia. Also featured: a trend measure of all Western Australian state polling in the current term.
William BoweMar 18, 2016129 Comments
A primer on tomorrow's electoral events in Queensland: a referendum to introduce fixed four-year terms for the state parliament, and council elections that include the big prize of the Brisbane lord mayoralty.
William BoweMar 12, 201613 Comments
A new poll finds Queensland's Labor government to be as precariously placed on voting intention as it is on the floor on the parliament.
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