KEY RESEARCH Services

Polls

Key Research is able to accomplish rapid, accurate, statistically reliable opinion polling suited to a range of client requirements in any industry sector – measuring attitudes to current developments and events, political preferences, consumer opinions.

Polling is a positive element in the toolbox of the commercial manager or public administrator, enabling review of the strength of opinion and comparison over time to determine the stability of opinion.

We have immediate capability to conduct opinion polls by telephone, face-to-face or online methodologies. We are expert in the wording and contextual effects of questions as well as sampling and execution to provide meaningful results.

Key Research is the official polling agency for Herald on Sunday, New Zealand's third largest and fastest growing newspaper.

 

Contact us to discuss your requirements.


Click here to view previous poll for 11.11.2013
Drink Driving Poll


Click here to view previous poll for 06.10.2013
Auckland Council Elections 2013


Click here to view previous poll for 10.01.2013
If the election were held tomorrow, which PARTY would you vote for with your party vote?


Click here to view previous poll for 07.05.2012
EPSOM ELECTORATE POLL. Published Sunday 6 May 2012. Key Research polled 510 eligible voters on voting intentions, current MP John Banks and campaign donations.
Q's included which PARTY'S CANDIDATE would you vote for tomorrow; how has your opinion of MP John Banks been affected by his statements on election donations?


Click here to view previous poll for 23.12.2011
Key Research conducts the opinion polling for Herald On Sunday, New Zealand's fastest growing newspaper.
Previous poll results are available at the link below. We wish our clients and interested readers every success in 2012.


Click here to view previous poll for 23.11.2011
NATIONWIDE ELECTION POLL. Pubished Sunday 20 November. n=1221. Q1: If the election were held tomorrow, which PARTY would you vote for with your party vote?
Q2: Should John Key or John Banks authorise the publication of the recording of their Epsom ‘over the teacups’ conversation last week?


Click here to view previous poll for 31.10.2011
NATIONWIDE ELECTION POLL Published Sunday 30 October 2011, Herald on Sunday, page 2
Q. Which major party leader would make the worst Prime Minister?


Click here to view previous poll for 14.10.2011
Q. If the election were held tomorrow, which CANDIDATE would you vote for with your electorate vote?


Click here to view previous poll for 14.10.2011
Q. If the election were held tomorrow, which PARTY would you vote for with your party vote?


Click here to view previous poll for 11.09.2011
Which one of the following events, if any, will have the biggest impact on your life this year?
Select from these Options: a. The new Auckland supercity; b. The Canterbury earthquake; c. The Rugby World Cup; d. November's general election.


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