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Labor Leader Spill Survey

Design, Methodology and Quality

Firstly, it is important to keep in mind that this was about having fun; Do not use these results as the basis of planning for your retirement. Now that we're clear about that, let's move onto the serious stuff.

The survey used a sample of convenience, which is to say that I spammed my own dear twitter followers to do this survey. Though, for this second survey run I did create a new twitter account, @SylmobilePolls, so as to not annoy my followers at @sylmobile.

The final response was 86 completed questionnaires.

The questionnaire contained eleven questions, of which two were demographic in nature. I threw in a question about Menzies, because I was drinking too much wine when I posted the survey.

Obviously the survey was deployed via an online questionnaire. The instrument only delivers single selection response type answers and incorporates no response checking at all. Email addresses were not required, but if supplied, provided a way of notifying respondents that results were available. The email addresses aren't kept once I've mailed people.

Summary of Results

Respondents were predominately male, 25 years old or over and more inclined to be Greens or swinging voters.

I think the main finding is that people would like to see someone other than Kevin or Julia leading Labor and would prefer the Coalition to be led by Malcolm Turnbull. It is also worth pointing out that there are people out there who want to buy a signed copy of the Alexander Downer Fishnet Stocking poster.

Oh, and the majority believe Labor will lose at the next election...

I now hand it over to you to discover more insights by analysing the results yourself. Use the filter buttons to display the response pattern of any subgroup (blue bars) and compare against the overall result (pink bars).

I'd love to hear your feedback on the results, or the way the analysis tool could be made better. Thanks.

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