The polling shows Premier Daniel Andrews in a winning position, but with potential for votes to escape to the Greens, Teals, and perhaps even some Liberals.
The takeout from focus group polling is that the Victorian premier is expected to win – which leaves plenty of scope for voters to send a message.
The Queensland Housing Summit was an admission of failure and did nothing to address the real problems in housing affordability in Queensland.
Housing repayments were more affordable in the first quarter this year than the last quarter in 2021, but interest rate hikes since then will reverse this.
This election was a Seinfeld election – it was more about personalities than plot, and not a lot happened. Before the election cost of living had been a major issue, but it disappears out of our qualitative research
The pollster, the professor and the practitioner delivered their verdict on the 2022 federal election.
This paper by Gene Tunny of Adept Economics looks at the cost to the Queensland worker as well as the Queensland government of closing the coal and gas industries.
Australians are extremely united in imposing sanctions on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, with 89% supporting, and only 6% opposing. There are also high levels of support for military aid with 75% supporting and 12% opposing.
It's time we accepted superannuation is not an end in itself but a component of good retirement policy, of which home ownership has to be the cornerstone.
The greatest risk in old age is not that your superannuation balance isn’t high enough, but that you don’t own your own home