I’ve just published Curia’s monthly polling newsletter (can subscribe here), and of interest is the difference in mood between countries.
Many polls ask if people think their country is generally heading in the right or the wrong direction. They difference between right and wrong is called the net direction. The current polls for the five countries we cover are:
- United States -32%
- United Kingdom -21%
- Canada – 17%
- Australia +2%
- New Zealand +39%
Why do people think New Zealand is so much more positive than all the others?Tags: Polls