INCITE: Politics

Ten Questions about the US Presidential election

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Simon Lusk and I have compiled ten questions that people want answers to about the?US Presidential election.

The race has been harder to pick than a broken nose. Everyone wrote off Donald Trump from the outset, yet he bested professional and well funded politicians. People want to know who will win.

They are certainly searching on Google about this topic:

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So we ask ten questions about the?Presidential election: ?? Read more »

New book being launched Nov 7, pre-order now

Simon Lusk and I have written a book cataloguing the failure of the centre-right in Auckland in?the?recent local body elections.

We name names and hold people to account.

Those of you who already have an INCITE: Politics subscription will have received a discount offer in the latest edition. Use the code and link provided in INCITE to obtain your discount while you pre-order.

Simon and I are going to extend INCITE: Politics as well for the coming election, offering a re-designed website and additional information and analysis. There will still be exclusive content and of course our exclusive polling by New Zealand’s best pollster, David Farrar’s Curia.

PRE-ORDER NOW

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New book being launched Nov 7, pre-order now

Simon Lusk and I have written a book cataloguing the failure of the centre-right in Auckland in?the?recent local body elections.

We name names and hold people to account.

Those of you who already have an INCITE: Politics subscription will have received a discount offer in the latest edition. Use the code and link provided in INCITE to obtain your discount while you pre-order.

Simon and I are going to extend INCITE: Politics as well for the coming election, offering a re-designed website and additional information and analysis. There will still be exclusive content and of course our exclusive polling by New Zealand’s best pollster, David Farrar’s Curia.

PRE-ORDER NOW

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New book coming soon, pre-order now

Simon Lusk and I have written a book cataloguing the failure of the centre-right in Auckland in?the?recent local body elections.

We name names and hold people to account.

Those of you who already have an INCITE: Politics subscription will have received a discount offer in the latest edition. Use the code and link provided in INCITE to obtain your discount while you pre-order.

Simon and I are going to extend INCITE: Politics as well for the coming election, offering a re-designed website and additional information and analysis. There will still be exclusive content and of course our exclusive polling by New Zelaand’s best pollster, David Farrar’s Curia.

PRE-ORDER NOW

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Shock for Andrew Little in latest INCITE|Curia poll

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In our latest edition of INCITE: Politics which will be released today there is a catastrophic result for Andrew Little in our monthly INCITE|Curia polling.

Exclusive to us?Curia looks again at how New Zealanders think our political leaders are doing. This is the only public poll in New Zealand that reports on approval of party leaders.

We asked 1,000 New Zealanders ?Do you approve or disapprove of the way John Key/Andrew Little is handling his job as Prime Minister/Leader of the Opposition??

And the results are devastating. Andrew Little has slumped 12 points while John Key has increased slightly by 1%.

It is clear that last months results were a ‘dead cat’ bounce and Andrew Little is now back under the pump for his lack of performance.

Full details are only available to subscribers. ? Read more »

WIN: Political Suicide the game

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As s special reward for INCITE: Politics subscribers (the next edition will be released Monday) we are putting up a prize for subscribers, both new and old.

It is a copy of the game Political Suicide.

They have a Kickstarter page where you can also preorder the game. But I have managed to secure from the inventor several copies, one of which is available to one lucky subscriber.

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INCITE: Politics – March edition out now

This month’s?INCITE: Politics?examines closely the problems currently besetting the Labour party and attempts to look at solutions for them.

We start off as usual with our exclusive polling from David Farrar’s Curia. David Farrar is the best pollster in New Zealand and is becoming as recognised for his polling as Nate Silver in the US. Once again his polling shows Andrew Little is in big trouble with him continuing his net approval ratings in the negatives, some 20-plus points behind John Key. ? Read more »

INCITE: Politics March edition due shortly

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Simon and I have compiled a bumper INCITE: Politics this month.

We are just completing the final polling andeverything else is edited and ready to go. We await the numbers.

Our focus has been on what it will take for Labour to rebuild. We have columns from both Simon and myself as well as a column from Phil Quin. Formerly one of Labour’s best advisors, Quin has been all but essentially sidelined from the party for daring to have opinions.

We also have columns from Willie Jackson, David Garrett, Jock Anderson and, of course, our exclusive polling on net approval ratings of the leaders. Has Andrew Little improved? What has happened with John Key’s approvals? ? Read more »

INCITE: Politics February edition out now

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Welcome to the February edition of INCITE: Politics.

This month we have some new contributors, plus the first INCITE/Curia poll of the year. Who is up? Who is down? And what are the implications of their numbers for their parties?

We also continue to look at potential leadership candidates across the parties and ask our 10 questions of David Seymour.

Following on from Lynton Crosby?s lecture about political truisms we look at how that applies to Labour, especially with regard to leadership and economic competence. ? Read more »

February INCITE: Politics due shortly

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Final edits are underway and our bumper February edition ?of INCITE: Politics will shortly be on its way to your inbox.

This month we have some new contributors, plus the first INCITE/Curia poll of the year. Who is up? Who is down? And what are the implications of their numbers for their parties?

We also continue to look at potential leadership candidates across the parties and ask our 10 questions of David Seymour.

Following on from Lynton Crosby’s lecture about political truisms we look at how that applies to Labour, especially with regard to leadership and economic competence. ? Read more »

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