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Sarah Miskin and Richard Grant explore some important aspects of political advertising, including the current legislation, the debates over 'truth' in content and the claims that Australia's political parties are opting for 'Americanised', negative election advertisements.
Political parties spend millions of dollars at each...
This Research Note is one of a series examining the results of polls that test the importance of issues to voters and the parties that voters prefer to handle those issues.
Sarah Miskin and Greg Baker show the latest results as compared to those...
This Research Note is one of a series comparing the opinion polls results from June 2001 onwards of the major polling organisations: Newspoll, Roy Morgan Research and ACNielsen.
Sarah Miskin and Greg Baker show the results of the polls for the primary vote, a...
This research note provides background information on polling methods and highlights potential pitfalls in interpreting results. Such information may be especially useful in what is expected to be an election year, when polls are seen as particularly salient.
The Australian Electoral Commission made public the 2002-03 annual disclosure returns for political parties, associated entities and donors on 2 February 2004. A month later, the Senate resuscitated an inquiry into the disclosure of donations to political parties and candidates. In this Research Note Sarah...