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The great polling failure: why the ‘unloseable election’ was always lost

The great polling failure: why the ‘unloseable election’ was always lost

Every major pollster in the country backed the wrong horse at the election. Why did they all get it so wrong, and how do we know if we can trust them again?

Nine papers to cease political polling

Nine papers to cease political polling

Good morning, early birds. Nine's flagship papers The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age have announced they will no longer publish Ipsos polls following Labor's shock election loss, and Anthony Albanese looks set to clinch the ALP leadership. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Is Morrison’s agility enough to get the Liberals over the line?

Is Morrison’s agility enough to get the Liberals over the line?

Scott Morrison is moving much faster to deal with crises than Malcolm Turnbull — but the problem for the Liberals is that crises keep erupting.

Crikey Worm: The voters have their say on the budget, more ransomware attacks likely and Fairfax to reject TPG bid

Crikey Worm: The voters have their say on the budget, more ransomware attacks likely and Fairfax to reject TPG bid

Good morning, early birds.The post-budget polls are out, and Fairfax looks set to spurn the TPG takeover offer (but we haven't heard the last of it). It's the news you need to know, by Charlie Lewis and Max Chalmers.

Our pollsters were the best, say rival papers

Our pollsters were the best, say rival papers

Which polls got it right? Both The Australian and Australian Financial Review say theirs was best.

Poll Bludger: are the Greens really polling at 16%?

Poll Bludger: are the Greens really polling at 16%?

Why does Ipsos have the Greens polling at 16% while Essential puts them at 10%?

Pyne’s sleepless nights ahead of 2016 election as Xenophon soars

Pyne’s sleepless nights ahead of 2016 election as Xenophon soars

Tony Abbott's Coalition is losing footing in former Liberal strongholds. And the party's stocks in South Australia just keep on sliding, posing serious problems for one colourful frontbencher.

Why unpopular leaders win elections while fan favourites flounder

Why unpopular leaders win elections while fan favourites flounder

Unpopular leaders have a history of winning elections. So why do we bother with the preferred leader poll at all?