Writer's Articles - The Psephologist
NATION: Not so super Saturday for Mal ... but silencing of dissent a winner
'PM and Opposition Leader make last ditch bids to win over Braddon voters'
The likelihood of a Hung Parliament ...
Will Ross be Moved? (Part 2)
Division is death: Tasmanian Greens running out of time to do housekeeping ...
NATION: Trump's new world disorder catches Turnbull government napping
Can secret political donations be justified?
Swing ... but Libs triumph. Tassie backs the wrong horse, ERIC bites the dust, RICHARD rises ...
Legislative Council 2015: Windermere, Mersey and Derwent Live And Post-Count
Australia no longer has a 2-party system ...
And the implications federally are ... ?
NATION: A dark new chapter ...
NATION: Unfunded empathy. The Gillian Triggs offer ...
The Idiotic State of Abbott: How Did We Get to This?
Abbott: the slathering junkyard dog ...
Tony Abbott is 'a very good captain ...'
Queensland vote rocks Abbott
Former Tasmanian premier Lara Giddings refuses to commit to full term
The revealing facts on bikie laws and crime in Queensland
A gamma-ray burst
The Verdict: MLC for Huon and Rosevears
Palmer United Party candidate Jacquie Lambie claims last Tasmanian Senate spot
Judgment Day: Abbott triumphant. Rudd concedes, won't recontest Labor leadership
If You Care About Gay Rights, Vote Below The Line In The Tas Senate ...
ReachTEL (State): The Same Story Told Many Times
Andrew Wilkie: The Crikey chronicles. Labor polls woe
The Anti-Wilkie Denison Billboard Stoush
Rudd v Abbott: The Pollsters. The Debate
ReachTEL – Tas Federal BaByLon Still Falling
ReachTEL - State Labor Back To The Lifeboats
Federal Labor Getting Smashed All Over Tasmania
In Rudd we trust, say voters as annihilation looms for Labor. ADF sex scandal. Hairdressers ...
Longest-serving Pollie quits 'to support his wife'
Brenton Best Crosses the Floor!
Montgomery, Nelson, Pembroke ...
What is an independent liberal?
Liberty, Abortion and the "Salamanca Declaration"
Nelson Legislative Council polling
Public opinion and the Mt Wellington cable car proposal
Boyce, Wilson, Johnson, Hay/Thorne, Cica ...
Tasmanian Lower House: 25 or 35 Seats?
EMRS: Liberals locking in support
LegCo: Pembroke and Nelson Challengers
Federal Labor Getting Smashed In Bass
Uneven Swing to Liberals in Tasmanian State Election Polling
Labor support dips in latest Newpoll
The LegCo's Claimed Reasons For Rejecting Same-Sex Marriage
The Compliant Coalitionists: Voting Patterns in the Tasmanian Lower House
Embattled Abbott Thirty-Six Below The Wave
Don't write off Labor ... yet. Greens slump in latest poll
Gap narrows but Liberals still cruising
Greens/Labor tie is meaningless
Legco: Labor crushed
LegCo: two colourful campaigns
Poll: no public mood for rolling Giddings
Tasmanians show little faith in leaders
Terry Martin: the insufficient media coverage. Justice Porter: The reasons why. Class Action
Hobart Council: blues take the reins
Hobart Council elections 2011 – the verdict live ... and elsewhere. Mayor Damon Thomas
Is the pulp mill an issue in council elections?
Has Politics Failed Us?
(Hobart) Council: who will be the new Lord Mayor?
Your City Council: sorted from green to blue (2009-11)
When both leaders are loathed – a polling dynamics history
Atrocious poll, or just atrocious polling?
Poll: Libs in majority position
LegCo: Labor’s long way down, Abetz’s nightmare
LegCo poll: McQuestin thrashed. Thorp gone
LegCo: Log on to Kevin
LegCo: The stage is set
The Upper House: A bumper crop
No Giddings Bounce – Is Labor Doomed?
LaborLeaks: Why the dogsbodies are disaffected
Labor’s late swing curse
Election 2010: how Denison confused the nation
EMRS State Poll: Drop in undecided response worry for the Libs
Wilkie: Little doubt left
The Verdict, live. HUNG: Likely 72-73-5 (72 Labor)
Poll: Election Comment and the TT Portal ...
Lib preference scare, Labor response: both rubbish
Election 2010: The campaign about nothing
EMRS Poll - Looking good for Labor
Election 2010: a pre-and-post-Rudd primer
Swing voters mistrust Labor-Green coalition
Taylor clear favourite in Elwick
It’s quiet on the LegCo front
Don’t take the ministries, Nick
April fools: the Bartlett swindle
Position Vacant: Statesman
A question for Dr Kev
Election over – 10-10-5
A basic principle of sound tactical voting
Bye Dave, Hi Bec, Bye Scott, Hi Brian ... and reactions
Archer wins … on Green exhaust?
Where did the Wilkie vote come from?
Preferences ... and behind-the-scenes party deals
Hare-Clark: The exhausting system explained
Is Bartlett dealing from strength?
Braddon could be closer than it looks
Labor facing massive swing after terrible campaign
Newspoll: 10, 10, 5
Majority rules: Even if it's Green ...
Bacon shock as minority rules: EMRS Crystal Ball
Hit on iElect
New poll cannot be trusted
“Internal polling” strikes again
On your bike David!
We're back, says Bartlett
Labor fails to stop the rot
Councils: a case against compulsory voting
Council: Haigh retains but Freeman gone
Haigh has overtaken Freeman ...
Brenton's elementary howler
Council: Thomas up, cliffhanger for Deputy
Council: will there be another clean-out?
The level of comment from the media has been so earth shatteringly quiet
1-3-1 scenario in Franklin is pretty outlandish
Your City Council, sorted from green to blue
It makes more sense for Michael Hodgman to stand
Labor: it looks bad
Labor rolls back down the mountain
That doesn't mean the Libs have a realistic chance of getting a majority
Be afraid, be very afraid
Stunning result for Will Hodgman
EMRS: Labor, Bartlett's massive hit
A blunt instrument, but the next EMRS poll will be very interesting
Goodwin demolishes Pembroke poll
PEMBROKE: Latest here
Pembroke Part 2
Labor running scared
A Crotty win, despite his criticisms, would be a good result for Labor, but ...
The problem with Scott Gadd
Crotty for Pembroke
The intriguing Goodwin move
Wood fibre costs rise
Michael Field: A Hung Parliament
Labor within striking distance
May EMRS poll - voters hold the line
Support for parties drops
The Legislative Council wash-up
Labor's position is strengthened
Windermere is most interesting
The definitive analysis: Legislative Council elections (Pt 2)
Three very interesting Legislative Council elections
What chance Andrew Wilkie?
Nothing about motions of no confidence
Labor solid in latest poll
Feb EMRS - Labor staying firm
Gunns: Woodchip market outlook
Is my Super destroying the environment?
Greens preference Labor
Kathryn Hay to return?
Some things never change
A decade of poll trends and other interesting things
Cut in Labor's Franklin margin
Gunns squeezed by credit crunch
Fixed term Parliament
Latest EMRS - 30 all
Redistribution in Tasmania
Bad planning is bad politics
Paul Lennon - past his use-by date
Harriss and Finch (Part 2)
Settle, people, settle
A little bit of Harriss and Finch ...
Is Bryan Green really a goner?
NZ cow jokes?
Statewide poll is best
The Emperor really has no clothes
Mercury report card
Lennon death knell …
Why the Liberals are in trouble in Tasmania
The election that was
Tasmanian politics ...
The Verdict, The Fallout
How Green is my Hobart?
It Ain't The Economy, Stupid
The death of the Sandy Bay Right: a council wrap-up
Council: three sitting aldermen in trouble!
The message to the ANZ
New politics site
The shrinking pulp mill backlash
Council: the Archer factor
YouTube: All the Low Head rally speeches
Fate of the coast ...
Howard the campaigner: legend or reality
What will happen to Bass?
Your City Council, sorted right to left
The Experts' Conclusion
Our Weeks of Shame
It's getting interesting ...
Libs: a psephologist's view
Another Leg Council no-brainer
Tasmanian ALP's 'annus horribilis'?
Poll: worse for Lennon than for Labor
More poor poll results for Labor
Chance to restore public confidence
Best Liberal poll result in four years
EMRS Poll – bad for Labor, cautiously good for the Libs
Can Libs turn tables?
Green, White face court
Tassie polls: Business as usual
Canal project lesson
Is Bryan Green really a goner?
Pulp, seals and dioxin (2)
Why minority government matters
The teflon coat
Incumbency is king
Rowallan and Wellington
Why the Greens won't win Wellington
The outcome nobody predicted?
Franklin firms, Bass unclear
The poll: no surprise
Lennon wins as Green vote softens
Labor likely to win
Labor's serious chance
The odds of a Labor majority
Comparing polls and papers
Labor majority hangs by a thread
Lies, damn lies, and polls
Poll: the crucial Green vote
Council: the post-mortem
Council: three-way fight
Council ... a verdict
Online Opinion: The Liberal mountain
Elections: A mildly biased primer
Poll ... a premature hanging?
The loss of democracy in Tasmania