This book provides a comprehensive account of the 2019 Australian election, which resulted in the surprise victory of the Coalition under Scott Morrison. It brings together 36 contributors who analyse voter behaviour, campaign strategies, regional variations, polling, ideology, media and the new importance of memes...
This is an initial discussion paper issued by the Inquiry Panel formed by the Association of Market and Social Research Organisations (AMSRO) in collaboration with the Statistical Society of Australia (SSA), to review the performance of the opinion polls at the 2019 Australian federal election.
Fact Check: Federal election 2019: RMIT ABC Fact Check runs the rule over Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten's second debate
RMIT ABC Fact Check looked at some of the key claims made during the second leaders' debate of the 2019 federal election.
In leaders' debates held in the run up to federal elections, is the more persuasive leader also the more accurate? RMIT ABC Fact Check looked at some of the key claims made during the first leaders' debate of the 2019 federal election.
Fact Check: Is that a fact?! Fact checking the final leaders' debate of the 2019 federal election campaignFact checking the third leaders debate
RMIT ABC Fact Check looked at some of the key claims made during the third leaders' debate of the 2019 federal election.
Interim report on all aspects of the conduct of the 2019 federal election and matters related thereto
The International Grand Committee is an example of countries coming together to share, learn and ultimately create change for the better. The recommendations of this report are just the beginning of tackling the threat of foreign interference and disinformation.
Electoral administration and Aboriginal voting power in the Northern Territory: reality and potential viewed from the 2019 federal election
Looking back from 2019, this paper explores the contribution of Aboriginal votes to federal elections in the Northern Territory. It argues that Aboriginal votes have made the Territory stronger for Labor, compared to regional areas of Queensland and Western Australia.
This report presents findings from the 2019 Australian Election Study (AES). The AES surveyed a nationally representative sample of 2,179 voters after the 2019 Australian federal election to find out what shaped their choices.