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It's a shame about Roy

William BoweSep 11, 2004

This time a fortnight ago, just before the announcement of the election, visitors to the Roy Morgan website were met with the confident decl

Cause and effect

William BoweSep 10, 2004

Psephologists would much prefer it if election campaigns could be held in air-tight containers in which our theorems could operate without disturbance from the vagaries of reality. C

For richer, for poorer

William BoweSep 9, 2004

After taking a pounding in the polls at the end of the first week, Labor can expect the ball to bounce back their way starting tomorrow with Roy Morgan (I'm assuming their polls will

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On the beach

William BoweSep 8, 2004

The Poll Bludger, along with a number of others (Peter Coleman and Alan Jones spring to mind), could yet be made to eat his words on the folly of Peter King's plan to run as an indep

And another one still

William BoweSep 7, 2004

For crying out loud, enough freaking opinion polls already. An ACNielsen poll appears in today's Fairfax

And another one

William BoweSep 7, 2004

The polls conducted for the Daily Telegraph by Galaxy Research over the past two months have consistently painted an unusually sunny picture for the Coalition, and

Newspoll and Westpoll

William BoweSep 6, 2004

Newspoll appears to have moved to regular weekly polling for the campaign period, this week recording the Coalition picking up another 2 per cent to even the ledger on two-party pref

Tables turned

William BoweSep 5, 2004

The table below features results from the TNS poll of three Queensland marginal seats published in yesterday's Courier Mail, not to be confused with Newspoll's effort in The Australi

Laboring in Queensland: part two

William BoweSep 4, 2004

Not much co-ordination going on between the various tentacles of the Murdoch octopus, as the Courier Mail today carried entirely different

What's on in Queensland and Victoria (mostly)

William BoweSep 4, 2004

No intentional theme here, Queensland and Victoria just happened to be where the action was in the second half of the opening week. With one notable exception:

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