Polling has a bad record in recent years. But there's a new model, and it's predicting a landslide.
And even if organisations don't sign up to the national redress scheme they're still eligible for JobKeeper.
Americans love voting, they do it every year. This was a near of not much doing, but the results could spell an interesting fight in 2016. Yes, 2016.
Will it President Obama be plagued by the same legislative gridlock that has characterised the last two years, or willhe find himself with a more co-operative Congress?
It's not just the US president decided today. Voters around the country were asked to consider everything from pot use to gay marriage. Crikey intern Naomi Lim has the latest results.
It was bitterly cold, and their neighbourhoods were still recovering from superstorm Sandy, but New Yorkers weren't going to be stopped from voting. Freelance journalist Sally Davies joined them.
Barack Obama will serve as President of the United States for another four years after a decisive win. Crikey captures all the colour and results that matter as election night unfolded.
So it's on. And if Gingrich wins he'll take all Florida's delegates, 50 in total, which will put him way ahead in the delegate count.
They're off the blocks in Florida today, for the fourth Republican primary (OK three primaries, one caucus) with a debate tonight in Tampa, and both Romney and Gingrich ripping each other new ones.