Topic archives: gary morgan

Fair Work bullied witnesses to secure win, Gary Morgan claims

Fair Work bullied witnesses to secure win, Gary Morgan claims

February 5, 2014 1

Pollster Gary Morgan isn't taking a Federal Court judgment against his family trust lying down, making allegations of witnesses being threatened and intimidated.

Pollster Gary Morgan hits back against sham contracting judgement

Pollster Gary Morgan hits back against sham contracting judgement

February 4, 2014

Paying employees as contractors is a quick way to find yourself in legal trouble, as the head of the Roy Morgan Group has discovered.

Murdoch, Baillieu and Morgan: a story of old Melbourne families

December 13, 2011 3

Melbourne marked an interesting milestone last week.

Vic election: education cruels Labor in inner-city marginals

Vic election: education cruels Labor in inner-city marginals

October 29, 2010

Voters in marginal inner-city ALP seats under threat from the Greens are rebelling on the question of education, with Fiona Richardson's wobbly seat of Northcote the most militant in the state when it comes to backing blackboards, according to exclusive Roy Morgan research commissioned for Crikey.

Vic election: health could hurt Labor in the bush, says poll

Vic election: health could hurt Labor in the bush, says poll

October 27, 2010

Victorian voters in rural and regional electorates say health services and hospitals are a key concern in the lead-up to next month's state election, exclusive research commissioned for Crikey has revealed.

Memo to Vic gov: voters really do care about the economy

Memo to Vic gov: voters really do care about the economy

October 22, 2010 1

The Brumby government could benefit from widespread concern over the issue of economic management, with Roy Morgan research commissioned exclusively for Crikey revealing swathes of voters in marginal seats rate it a pressing issue.

An election fought on law and order … but nobody gives a damn

October 20, 2010 6

Voters in key inner-city Victorian seats up for grabs in next month's state election couldn't care less about law and order despite the crimewave apparently engulfing their backyards, research commissioned exclusively for Crikey has revealed.

Mining firmly on the agenda, so why is the ASX censoring fair comment?

May 12, 2010

Chairman Gary Morgan was upset at the super tax Tuesday's special meeting of shareholders in Melbourne, and let the meeting know his feelings -- but the ASX are refusing to release his address.

Hartigan dummy spit ignores the facts

December 14, 2009

News Limited's extraordinary attack on Roy Morgan over newspaper readership surveys isn't tethered to hard facts, writes Margaret Simons.

Newspoll: ??-??

November 11, 2009

After last week's rogue Newspoll result, The Oz sent its pollster out into the field again over the weekend for an eagerly anticipated follow-up survey. Too bad they haven't shared the results with the rest of Australia. Gary Morgan is unimpressed.

In praise of Gary Morgan’s common sense

November 10, 2009 2

Richard Farmer wishes the Morgan Poll had the same influence on journalists as Newspoll does today, marvels at the literal expansion of Uganda, hugs some babies and takes a punt on the future of sports betting.

The pollsters paradigm: the power of Newspoll

November 10, 2009

The Oz's Newspoll has became the political poll of choice, often encouraging The Oz in its agenda setting. Yet, when last week's poll indicated a substantial drop in Rudd's popularity, Newspoll didn't try to establish if it was an anomaly, writes Richard Farmer.

If you think Australia’s working, ask someone who isn’t … much

September 4, 2009 5

The news on the jobs front of the Australian economy is mixed. While Rudd's stimulus package has had an effect on unemployment, it masks a significant rise in underemployment.

Consumer confidence: are there bad times just around the corner?

January 11, 2008

Consumer confidence has dropped significantly in the first Morgan survey for 2008, writes Christian Kerr.

Confidence in jobs market poses IR reform challenges

December 13, 2007

Record numbers of Australians say they could find a new job quickly, while four out of five say their job is safe, according to a new survey by Roy Morgan Research on employment, writes Christian Kerr.