Pollster Gary Morgan isn't taking a Federal Court judgment against his family trust lying down, making allegations of witnesses being threatened and intimidated.
Paying employees as contractors is a quick way to find yourself in legal trouble, as the head of the Roy Morgan Group has discovered.
The votes have been cast, so we put our pre-election pollsters to the test. Who got it right, who got it wrong -- and which methodologies seem to have yielded the most accurate results?
A Roy Morgan survey reported that during the last quarter of 2011, Australia recorded the highest unemployment and underemployment figures on record, writes Ava Hubble, a freelance journalist.
Two pollsters -- Roy Morgan and Galaxy -- have lowered their colours in recent days with poorly framed questions on the carbon tax, writes William Bowe.
Roy Morgan Research has run their Reactor technology over another couple of batches of political advertising for US midterms, giving us a look at American audience responses.
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.
Melbourne's ring of inner-city seats increasingly populated by iPhone-wielding professionals remain a hotbed of climate concern as the fight between Labor and the Greens warms up before next month's state election, according to exclusive Roy Morgan research released to Crikey.
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.
Many of Labor's most crucial marginal seats are also among the hardest hit by unemployment, with 14 electorates having unemployment rates over the national average, new data shows.