Recent Blog Posts
Written by Graham Young Monday, 11 April 2016 07:37
There is a good argument to keep taxes as low as possible. It’s an argument that is losing ground in modern Australia.
Written by Graham Young Monday, 11 April 2016 07:12
Our report into Australian attitudes to taxation was launched today. The report can be downloaded by clicking here.
Written by Graham Young Tuesday, 22 March 2016 00:06
Our latest research, conducted late last year, shows that Malcolm Turnbull has always been on probation. He held support from the right of the political spectrum, as they had nowhere to go, and attracted significant support from previous ALP voters, and even a substantial number of Greens voters.
Written by Graham Young Monday, 21 March 2016 23:59
Malcolm Turnbull’s popularity seems a lot like Kevin Rudd’s on the basis of our polling. So will it disappear just as quickly and catastrophically for his own party?
Written by Graham Young Monday, 12 October 2015 21:57
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has inherited a nation deeply divided on issues around immigration, refugee policy and arrivals from Islamic countries, research by the Australian Institute for Progress has revealed.
Written by Graham Young Thursday, 27 June 2013 00:41
This post is a reproduction of the Morgan Media release. Morgan has conducted an SMS poll of voters. I'm unclear on the methodology, and the track record, so the result should be treated cautiously.
Written by Graham Young Monday, 10 October 2011 01:17
The ANZ Job Ads Index for September shows a decline month-on-month and a deceleration in growth year on year. If you're wondering how this could be, it means that year-on-year only looks good because of the growth in the earlier part of the year.
Written by Graham Young Wednesday, 07 September 2011 05:07
"Win over Ashgrove voters? Can Do" according the the Brisbane Times and a poll by ReachTEL, meaning that Campbell Newman is likely to win Ashgrove with a substantial margin.
Written by Graham Young Tuesday, 06 September 2011 21:12
A Galaxy poll reported in The Courier Mail yesterday said that Bob Katter's Australian Party could possibly score 25% of the vote at the next state election. The question is poorly worded and the result almost certainly wrong.
Written by Graham Young Saturday, 02 July 2011 22:25
My colleague John Black has done some interesting analysis of home loan arrears which could go some way to explaining why Labor is in trouble in Queensland more than most other states - because it picks Queensland as a home arrears hotspot.