My work focuses primarily on using novel data to study the issue preferences and political behaviour of voters in Australia and other countries. I am the principal investigator of the Cooperative Australian Election Survey, 2019, the largest election study conducted in Australia to date.
I have provided political analysis for a range of media outlets, from the Washington Post and BBC, to the Sydney Morning Herald, Age and ABC.
I have worked at three of Australia’s leading universities. I am a Lecturer in Political Science at the United States Studies Centre, at the University of Sydney. I teach and research public opinion and voter behaviour. I have also worked in government and media relations, and provided polling and statistical consulting for major national political campaigns.