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And the Wankley goes to … The Daily Telegraph, with tickets on itself

And the Wankley goes to … The Daily Telegraph, with tickets on itself

The Daily Telegraph has increased its month-on-month traffic, while its rivals are getting less traffic now than they were a year ago (when there was *ahem* a federal election on), which means the Tele rules and Fairfax drools.

Australians show fondness for offshore news

Australians show fondness for offshore news

Australians are plenty happy to lend their eyeballs to overseas companies.

Election deciders: meet the pollsters

Election deciders: meet the pollsters

In the first of a series on those players behind the scenes who will sway the election, Crikey journalists Myriam Robin and Josh Taylor profile the pollsters.

The verdict is in on pollsters: Coalition bias, electorate polls fail

The verdict is in on pollsters: Coalition bias, electorate polls fail

The final results are in on the 2013 federal election -- so which pollster was closest to the mark? Our crack analyst crunches the numbers to produce some surprising results.

Nielsen: thumbs down for Abbott’s handling of AWU affair

Nielsen: thumbs down for Abbott’s handling of AWU affair

Labor's run of bad polling has been relieved by a relatively encouraging Nielsen result, in which a modest Coalition two-party lead is offset by an alarming disapproval rating for Tony Abbott and a thumbs-down for his handling of the AWU affair, writes William Bowe.

Nielsen: Coalition maintain lead, strong support for royal commission

Nielsen: Coalition maintain lead, strong support for royal commission

The latest Nielsen poll shows a modest increase for the Coalition and 95% support for a royal commission into child abuse, reports William Bowe.

Crikey Clarifier: how are polls conducted?

Crikey Clarifier: how are polls conducted?

Can we trust opinion polls when it comes to politics? Yes, and no. Crikey intern Frances Mao talks to pollsters and poll watchers about the vagaries of taking the nation's pulse.

Gillard scores resounding lead as preferred PM

Gillard scores resounding lead as preferred PM

The latest Nielsen poll has Julia Gillard's lead as preferred PM widened to 47-44. The latest Newspoll claims Gillard has a much more comfortable lead of 46-32, reports William Bowe.

TV consumption in Australia gets digital

TV consumption in Australia gets digital

Nielsen this week released a report into the Australian TV market, studying the viewing habits of Australians. It found an overall increase in TV viewing and a big spike in digital consumption, writes Dan Barrett.

Gillard: from lifeline to the tumbrel in a week

Gillard: from lifeline to the tumbrel in a week

Julia Gillard is continuing to achieve legislative wins even as her prime ministership expires. The tumbrel rolls ever on.