ETech Polls - Accurately polling single-seats for political clients

As Australia heads to the polls on Saturday it appears that the likelihood of a uniform national swing is ever decreasing. As a result, being able to predict the results in individual seats through single-seat polling, is an increasingly important way to determine a party or candidate‚Äôs likelihood to succeed. Unfortunately, single-seat polling is seen to have significant accuracy issues. An analysis of single-seat polls in the 2016 election found that the published polls were so bad that they should have been treated as having a sample size one-sixth of the actual size, this would mean that a margin »

Delivering the biggest swing in Australian by-election history

On the 27th of October the Australian High Court ruled that due to New Zealand citizenship inherited from his father, former Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce had not actually been eligible to stand for election in June 2016. Despite having renounced his New Zealand citizenship since then the election still had to be re-run, so a by-election was scheduled for the 2nd of December, just 36 days later. At the time, the latest Newspoll polling put the governing coalition of The Liberal Party and Barnaby Joyce's National Party 10 points behind Labor in the two party preferred result, and nearly »

How one MP increased their email list by 21% in 5 months, by doing nothing

At Elected Technologies one of our primary goals is to reduce the amount of effort that an MP's staff member has to expend to record information. Our research shows that in most MP's office a lot of valuable information (email addresses, mobile phone numbers, voting intention and issues data to name just a few things) goes unlogged. Why? Because in most voter databases and casework management systems, logging voter details is just too much work. Of course and Voter.ID are different, their built in "Inbox" streamlines the process of logging emails onto a case and capturing a »

Elected Technologies in Australia

Our journey to Australia began about 18 months ago with an email from the Department for Parliamentary Services in Canberra. The success of independents and smaller parties at a federal level had led to a problem. Traditionally solutions for tracking voters and handling casework and correspondence were provided to politicians by their party (although paid for by the tax payer). But if there is no party, or your party is too small to afford to develop their own solution then whose role is it to provide that software? DPS had heard of our success in the UK Parliament where today » Livestream Demo

Earlier today we live streamed a demo of for UK MP staff who are unable to get to Westminster to attend our demo sessions. The stream covers all of's features including: Creating constituents using automated roll searching Using letter and email templates Dealing with incoming email and campaign emails Using review dates and tracking statuses Finding cases and taking bulk actions (email and letter mail merges) Statistics Surgeries Door Knocking Sheets »