Media risks drawing the wrong lessons from America’s polling fiasco
JB Priestley, the novelist and playwright, was being mischievous when he said that “public opinion polls are rather like children in a garden, digging things up all the time to see how they’re growing”. Of course, he was spinning a yarn but there is an element of truth to what he said because it is crucial to understand what polling is and what it isn’t.
November 15, 2021
Planning Reform: a vote winner or a vote loser?
John Walker from C|T Local explains the implications of the Government's Housing White Paper and previews exclusive research carried out by C|T Group ...
October 16, 2021
C|T Group & one club’s date in sporting history
C|T Corporate Advisory Director Jonathon Flegg discusses our most recent victory in the sports advisory space, and the instrumental role that C|T Grou...
September 24, 2021
1.6M more Tory votes in building homes and levelling up
A new poll from C|T Local, Sir Lynton Crosby’s real estate advisory business, and the Adam Smith Institute, finds that Conservatives could achieve m...
September 22, 2021
AUKUS: Brits are undecided but the PM must convince them
While voters see the US as still the dominant political force in the world, a plurality of Britons and Australians believe China will overtake the US ...
November 8, 2021
Appetite strong for class actions in Australia
C|T Group's Phil Lomax outlines some of the findings of recent research on class action litigation in Australia, which is the subject of proposed gove...
October 22, 2021
‘Make it worth my while’: Australians want $5000 to join class actions
Almost all Australians are willing to participate in a class action – especially if it stops further wrongdoing by banks, insurers or companies doin...
October 21, 2021
Capitalism has saved us from the pandemic, we need to defend free markets
In the last few weeks, the news has been flooded with reports about fuel shortages. While the worst of it has waned, it has posed fundamental question...
September 22, 2021
AUKUS: British voters are undecided, and the PM must convince them
C|T Partners MD Sam Lyon explains why Boris Johnson needs to work to convince British voters on the AUKUS alliance.
September 20, 2021
Australians more concerned about China than terrorism in wake of Afghanistan withdrawal
The Australian reports on C|T Group research in the US, UK and Australia on voter perceptions of the international agenda.