Only the Morgan Poll predicted the Queensland Election as ‘too close to call’ as Labor looks set to return to office in Queensland after only one term out

LNP Leader Campbell Newman and ALP Leader Annastasia Palaszczuk

Political : Finding No: 6046

The final SMS Queensland State Morgan Poll conducted in mid-January showed the L-NP (50.5%) with a slight two-party preferred advantage over the ALP (49.5%) – the closest result of all major polls conducted for yesterday’s Queensland State Election.

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ALP gains in second survey of 2015 as Shorten tries to revive the Australian Republic debate

Morgan Poll on Federal Voting Intention - January 28, 2015

Political : Finding No: 6043

ALP support rose to 56.5% (up 2%) on Australia Day weekend, well ahead of the L-NP 43.5% (down 2%) on a two-party preferred basis.  If a Federal Election were held now the ALP would win easily according to this week’s Morgan Poll on voting intention conducted with an Australia-wide cross-section of 2,057 Australian electors aged 18+.

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Australian holiday-goers get their culture fix

January 14 2015

Whether it’s a world-famous art gallery or a quirky local museum, visiting galleries and/or museums is a popular holiday pursuit among Aussie travellers -- but not always in the destinations you'd expect. Longreach, anyone?

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State of the Nation Report No.19

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Spotlight on Australians' Health

state of the nation report 19 

Federal 2 Party Vote

Morgan Poll - January 23-27. 2,057 electors Party
  • ALP

    56.5%
  • L-NP

    43.5%

Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 19/01/15

    105.3
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 28/01/15

    113.2
  • Chinese Consumer Confidence 21/01/2015

    151.8
  • Hong Kong Consumer Confidence 27/01/2015

    133.0
  • Indian Consumer Confidence 28/01/2015

    124.2
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 30/01/2015

    153.6
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 22/01/2015

    128.9
  • Singaporean Consumer Confidence 28/01/2015

    122.8
  • South Korean Consumer Confidence 27/01/2015

    81.3
  • Taiwanese Consumer Confidence 27/01/2015

    100.1
  • Thai Consumer Confidence 28/01/2015

    126.5
  • Vietnamese Consumer Confidence 28/01/15

    135.4

Unemployment

Latest Roy Morgan Unemployment & Under-employment Estimates - December 2014
  • Unemployment

    10.9%
  • Under-Employment

    9.7%

Top News Sites

Australia - June 2014 Website visitors 14+
  • news.com.au

    5,182,000
  • SMH

    4,137,000
  • ABC News

    3,152,000
  • Nine News (ninemsn)

    2,830,000
  • dailymail.co.uk

    2,759,000

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