CAPP is conducting research for Sam Hibbins, member for Prahran and his campaign to retain the Prahran electorate at the 2018 state election. First falling to the Greens in 2014, there are diverse research challenges in reaching and representing citizens across this inner Melbourne electorate.
CAPP completed strategic research for the Victorian Greens in their victorious campaign to retain the seat of Prahran. Winning off the Liberal Party in 2014, the seat was again a three-way contest and a close result. The Greens successfully increasing their vote and their winning margin from last election and bucked the trend happening in many other seats, where the Labor Party dramatically increased their vote.
CAPP conducted its RealPoll method of research on political behaviour in the middle of the Australian federal election campaign and with a massive sample of 2998 Australians nation-wide. Visit www.realpollmedia.com for more.
CAPP conducted research for the Australian Greens for the campaign to win the seat of Higgins in Melbourne at the 2016 federal election. The electorate is complex given it has a sitting Liberal Party member and is diverse across a range of values and opinion groups.
CAPP is proud to congratulate our directors of research who were awarded a place to present their ground-breaking research at the ICAP conference in Paris, May 2014.
The Impact of Commercialisation on Public Perspections of Stem Cell Research
The Impact of Commercialisation of Science on Public Opinion
Statistical Analysis of Public Opinion on Biobanking.