I recently participated in an event at the Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, called "What do the polls tell us?".
It was recorded and edited for broadcast on Radio National's "Big Ideas" program.
You can listen to the program here
Opinion polling is a dominant feature of modern politics and political reporting so are our politicians too poll driven? Do they pander to the polls, following rather than leading? Can properly conducted polls provide an important insight into what we are thinking?