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James Fallows shares his insights to the 2012 US election, the candidates, the issues, the campaign – and the consequences for the country.
James Fallows has been writing politics, global and national, for the Atlantic (where he is national correspondent) for over 30 years....
PolitiFact Australia is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and other influential people in the Australian political debate.
It is the first international licensee of the Pulitzer-prize winning US site, PolitiFact.com.
PolitiFact Australia is a non-partisan, independent...
Election FactCheck is an independent, non-partisan public service that will test the truthfulness of political statements during Australia’s federal election campaign.
Academics with subject expertise will check claims by politicians, interest groups and the media for accuracy. A second academic will independently review the...
The ACTU is gearing up for a major campaign in the lead up to the next election to change the workplace laws.
The push for stronger worker protections comes as union battles break out on a number of fronts, including over the cuts to...
This paper provides a comprehensive set of statistical tables regarding the 2016 Federal election held on 2 July 2016
The tables contain: national, state and regional summaries; electoral division details; two-party preferred figures; and party strengths in the respective Houses of Parliament
Opposition to proposed road projects has become a feature of state and federal elections.
In our recently published paper, we compared road projects in Melbourne (East West Link), Sydney (WestConnex) and Perth (Perth Freight Link). Based on observational, policy and media analysis, we found...