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September 23, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

‘Let us back into the office’, say growing numbers in US, Australia

Polling by Lynton Crosby's C|T Group, obtained by The Australian Financial Review, shows 42 per cent of Americans believe now is the right time to return to the office, up from…
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September 6, 2020 in News

The Sydney Morning Herald

Voters want leaders who ‘innovate and inspire’ in pandemic-era politics: Sir Lynton Crosby

London: Australian political strategist Sir Lynton Crosby says the coronavirus pandemic has triggered so much economic and social upheaval that voters now crave leaders who "inspire and innovate" rather than…
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August 31, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Trump ‘in a much better position than many think’

Washington | Conservative political strategist Sir Lynton Crosby says Donald Trump is better placed to win an already “tight” 2020 presidential race after last week's Republican National Convention revealed the…
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August 30, 2020 in News

The Times

As the anaesthetic wears off and the sunshine fades, we’ll wake up to serious job-loss pain

When Rishi Sunak launched his Eat out to Help out scheme, I had my doubts. Would £10 a head off meals really bring people flooding back to restaurants? Wouldn’t the…
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July 17, 2020 in News

C|T Group

COVID 19: an India perspective

Throughout C|T Group’s tracker polling on the COVID-19 crisis, India has shown remarkedly different data on a number of key indicies, compared to other global markets. Here, Atul Jhamb, Executive…
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July 8, 2020 in News

Sky News

The World Tomorrow: Tory election mastermind Sir Lynton Crosby attacks ‘mob mentality’ in media

In a rare podcast interview with Sky News, Sir Lynton - who masterminded many of the Conservative election victories in recent decades - warned the coverage of these matters "alienates…
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June 23, 2020 in News

The National

International poll has UAE and India ranked top for Covid-19 social support

A poll of coronavirus perceptions among the global public has ranked the UAE highly and demonstrated a vast polarisation over how countries and corporations have handled the crisis.
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June 11, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Trump in trouble, but election is ‘light years away’, say pollsters

The US President might be floundering - raising doubts on financial markets about what will happen in November - but it's still too early to write him off because of…
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May 28, 2020 in News

City AM

Project Restart should begin to look at the theatres coming back

The arts need their own Project Restart – Project Restage – because the show must go on for our arts and for our economy.
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May 26, 2020 in News

CAP X

Big government is back

In major economies across the world, people are listening to government again and trust is up
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May 25, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Declining public sentiment puts big business at risk of tax hikes

A majority of Australians support increased taxation on big businesses, especially big tech, to help repay the government’s COVID-19 debt
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May 20, 2020 in News

New West End Company

West End Resilience LIVE: Leadership Insights on Consumer Perceptions & Behaviour

What is driving consumer behaviour and perceptions and how those behaviours are likely to change through the Covid-19 pandemic.
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May 19, 2020 in News

C|T Group

Office Security and Bug Sweeps

As your office reopens for business, a “Technical Surveillance Counter Measure Inspection” may be as important as a deep clean, as Philip Kaye of C|T Solutions explains.......
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May 16, 2020 in News

The Australian

It’s lucky we trust government

Sir Lynton Crosby: People are looking to government to lead.
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May 8, 2020 in News

Institute of Economic Affairs

A Question of Latitude: Surveying International Attitudes to Coronavirus

Governments across the world have handled the coronavirus crisis differently, but how have their populations reacted? Sam Lyon shares newly gathered data from the CT Group’s Covid19 Leadership Insights Tracker
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May 6, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Australia’s rescue package the world’s biggest, bar one

Australia outspent every other country - except Qatar - with the government's $214 billion fiscal response to COVID-19 pandemic, a new analysis found.
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May 5, 2020 in News

Outlook India

86% fear job losses as coronavirus scare mounts: Survey

Mumbai, May 5 (PTI) A survey has found a vast majority of the citizens -- 86 per cent of those polled to be precise -- are worried about losing their…
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May 4, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Business must fight bigger, bolder government: Lynton Crosby

The coronavirus crisis has made people more accepting of huge government spending and unprecedented interventions in the economy, leaving business vulnerable to new regulations and tax rises to repay the…
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April 27, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Australians stop stockpiling, turn against big business: survey

Australians increasingly feel that the government is prioritising health at the expense of the economy as the country's slowing coronavirus rate sees people looking to venture away from home, new…
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April 19, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Consumers go ‘back to basics’ post pandemic

The COVID-19 crisis may change Australians' spending habits permanently as it sparks a shift in priorities that will trigger a move "back to basics" where holidays and lifestyle purchases are concerned, new…
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April 16, 2020 in News

Business Insider India

Survey finds over 82% public support for govt Covid fight

The online poll called CT Global Leadership Insights Tracker was conducted by the London-based CT (Crosby Textor) Group/Crosby Textor India which specialises research based opinion polls, strategic communications and a…
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April 14, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

Australians brace for a year of working from home

Australians are digging in for the long social distancing haul, with new data revealing that most expect government restrictions to last for four to six months and do not anticipate normal…
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April 6, 2020 in News

The Australian

Public turns to trusted sources

Reliable and trustworthy news is in high demand as the public flock to TV, online news and newspapers over social media to stay informed about the coronavirus pandemic.
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April 2, 2020 in News

Australian Financial Review

CEOs told: don’t be weak and defeatist

Tough-nut CEOs like billionaire retailer Solomon Lew, Qantas' Alan Joyce and Ross McEwan at National Australia Bank are showing the leadership style the public is craving, new polling reveals.
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March 24, 2020 in News

Planning Resource

Coronavirus: Barristers and Tory campaign guru heap pressure on government to reopen appeals system

Planning appeals can "unequivocally" be carried out within legal principles of fairness by using video or telephone technology, a group of barristers have said in a letter to the housing…
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March 12, 2020 in News

EG Magazine

How to win at planning, from an election guru and council chief

On arrival at CT Group headquarters, visitors must surrender all technology before they can enter the Mayfair office, where privacy is critical. Chief executives hand over their smartphones, computers and…
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December 19, 2019 in News

Australian Financial Review

Lynton Crosby lobby shop doubles down on Trump’s America

Washington | Propelled by stunning political wins for Scott Morrison and Boris Johnson this year, Sir Lynton Crosby's US office has been quietly ramping up its operations ahead of the blockbuster 2020 presidential…
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October 20, 2019 in News

South China Morning Post

Political strategist Lynton Crosby says Hong Kong government must deal with issues head on to resolve crisis

Lynton Crosby, the election campaign strategist behind the Conservative Party’s 2015 election win, says the Hong Kong government must deal with the causes of the protest and come up with…
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September 20, 2019 in News

Australian Financial Review

Why Lynton Crosby is setting up shop in Hong Kong

Shanghai | Sir Lynton Crosby, the political wizard who helped deliver election victories for John Howard and Britain's Conservatives, has his sights set on new markets in Asia and, despite four…
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