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CATI Survey Specialists

Since 1996 DigiPoll has been conducting precise quantitative research fieldwork, nationally and internationally. Specialising in telephone surveys, we make polling an art as well as a science. Our data collected by telephone surveys use exclusive RDD samples that have been recognized by market researchers, consultants, academics and pollsters as accuracy with the highest resolution.

DigiPolls have become a benchmark for public opinion and we take great pride in being precision pollsters.

We are delighted to announce that DigiPoll had achieved a three-year ISO 20252 accreditation as of the 14th of June 2013. The implementation of ISO 20252 in New Zealand was initiated and facilitated by AMRO (NZ Association of Market Research Organizations).

Latest DigiPolls

Poll shows opinion shift on cannabis

Saturday, 28 June 2014 Written by

A poll shows most people want smoking cannabis to be decriminalised or made legal. The latest Herald-DigiPoll survey shows just under a third of those polled thought smoking cannabis should attract a fine but not a criminal conviction, while a fifth went further and said it should be legalised.


National flies high as new party nibbles into Greens

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 Written by

The Internet-Mana Party would get two seats in Parliament based on the first major poll since the two parties cut a deal to stand together.

 

But, three months shy of the election, Labour is still struggling and the left bloc is well adrift from National, which could easily govern alone based on the Herald-DigiPoll survey.


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Men get behind baby bonus plan

Friday, 28 March 2014 Written by

Voters are evenly split over Labour's promise to pay most parents of newborns $60 a week for a year according to the latest Herald-DigiPoll survey. In the survey taken this month, 47 per cent said they supported the policy for families earning less than $150,000 while 49 per cent did not. Surprisingly, support was higher among males - 51 per cent supported it compared to 43 per cent of women.