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An innings and 300 runs

William BoweSep 24, 2004

For the second week in a row ACNielsen has produced an eyebrow-raising primary vote for the Coalition. Speaking on Sky News this evening, Margo Kingston revealed that the poll to app

Another one bites the dust

William BoweSep 24, 2004

Very bad news for Labor today with The Advertiser running a poll from a remarkab

Morgan and the Senate

William BoweSep 23, 2004

Praise be to the Roy Morgan organisation, which has apparently been asking respondents a bonus question on Senate voting

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Electorate snippets

William BoweSep 22, 2004

When the Poll Bludger gets around to adding his next batch of federal election guide updates, they might look a little something like this:

On the road

William BoweSep 22, 2004

The Daily Telegraph has conducted a poll which combines 600 phone responses conducted by Galaxy Research with 400 face-to-face interviews conducted by Telegraph journalists during a

Another place

William BoweSep 21, 2004

Many thanks to the various readers who pointed out that I had failed to appreciate the significance of Liberals for Forests in my first version of this post. What follows is a rev

Newspoll, Morgan and Galaxy

William BoweSep 20, 2004

Three new polls have provided three doses of good news, in varying degrees, for a Labor Party desperate for a boost from last Sunday's debate. Most encouraging is tomorrow's Newspoll

Party's over

William BoweSep 19, 2004

The Australian Democrats may well have reached the tipping point with Labor's decision to put them behind the Greens on preferences for all states in the Senate, Labor having conclud

Hold the Mayo

William BoweSep 18, 2004

It looks like the Poll Bludger may have been right for a change when he wrote on Thursday that "Brian Deegan, high-profile independent and would-be slayer of Alexander Downer, a

Half-time report

William BoweSep 18, 2004

Roy Morgan conducted a phone poll on Wednesday and Thursday with a sample of 1055 that put Labor at 54.5 per cent on two-

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