Our panel of 1208 told us that they were on balance having more trouble paying their power bills this year, but were split on the causes, and how much they could afford to pay to meet our Paris Accord commitments.
We have just published the report on our June 2017 poll. Download by clicking here.
Our general findings are that, as in the 2017 election, electors are unenthusiastic about the two major parties. While they rate Labor ahead of the LNP on key issues, they harbour an on-balance desire to see LNP elected. This makes both parties’ positions fragile.
The task to make Australia 100% clean-energy is much larger than generally thought requiring approximately 250% more electricity generation than at present.
- Sixth Sir Thomas McIlwraith Lecture with Professor Perry Bartlett
- Wed 05 May 2021
- Queensland Election 2020 with John Mickel and Graham Young
- Thu 08 October 2020
- Hon Kate Carnell and Professor Tony Makin: Where does the economic response to COVID19 leave us?
- Thu 13 August 2020
- Climate Energy Policy Launch with Dr Tom Biegler
- Mon 13 July 2020
- Peter Jonson: Historic crashes and why this one is different
- Mon 06 July 2020
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Attenborough takes eugenics to a ridiculous extreme. Hopefully it is just that he is getting doddery and heading for the exits himself.
There is a certain degree of fabrication in all news stories to make them real, but in the current environment, this editing not only makes the reporting ... unreal, but defamatory. Someone needs to be demoted. This is not acceptable. /2
Great article on Sir Leo Hielscher, our 4th McIlwraith lecturer ... https://www.couriermail.com.au/lifestyle/qweekend/the-dealmaker-inside-story-of-risktaking-man-who-built-queensland/news-story/a6f062ed543d476451f9ae679e4ea9cc You can book for the 6th lecture https://mcilwraith6.eventbrite.com.au
Former Labor Minister and Speaker of the House John Mickel and AIP Executive Director Graham Young preview the 2020 Qld election. Queensland faces the first election for a four year term in its history in just over one month’s time. John Mickel and Graham Young have spent a lifetime watching Queensland elections as well as winning (and losing) a few. They bring theoretical and practical insights to a business which is more art than science. John is presently an academic at QUT, and Graham bases much of his analysis on his online qualitative polling which has proven to be very accurate over almost 20 years. The seminar will cover the seats and candidates to watch, as well as the strategies, tactics and issues, and how they might play out.