MaltaToday surveys: how we charted voters over the year
Months on end of regular polling charted voters' loyalties to Labour and the PN, Muscat and Busuttil, and the Green Party's small inroads.  
MaltaToday survey • Labour in six-point lead
Labour leads by 6 points, down one point from 18 May thanks to a greater mobilisation of PN voters ahead of next Saturday’s election. Busuttil also gains 3 points...
MaltaToday survey on MEP elections out today

MaltaToday survey on the European Parliament elections and trust ratings for...

MaltaToday survey on the European Parliament elections and...

How many foreign workers in Malta?

Replies to parliamentary questions show over 21,000 foreign nationals form part of the Maltese workforce

Replies to parliamentary questions show over 21,000 foreign...

Malta still way behind on EU waste recycling ranking

In 2012, 42% of treated municipal waste was recycled or composted in EU

In 2012, 42% of treated municipal waste was recycled or...

Syrian asylum seekers push EU protection claims to 435,000

Large increase to almost 435,000 asylum applicants registered in the EU28 in...

Large increase to almost 435,000 asylum applicants...

Concern over migration continues to rise

Since an attempt to make Europe ‘wake up and smell the coffee’ in a botched pushback, concern on migration has only continued to rise on the eve of...

Since an attempt to make Europe ‘wake up and smell...

Concerns over migration grow ahead of European election

On the eve of European Parliament elections, migration concerns on the rise

On the eve of European Parliament elections, migration...

How is Malta doing? Measuring quality of life in the EU

Maltese quality of life ranked at 7.2 according to GDP indicators

Maltese quality of life ranked at 7.2 according to GDP...

MaltaToday survey • PN leads Labour among post secondary educated

Voters with a post-secondary level of education could hold the balance in next...

Voters with a post-secondary level of education could hold...

MaltaToday survey • Labour leads by 7 points

Joseph Muscat holds his ground with the switchers in 2013 although the cracks...

Joseph Muscat holds his ground with the switchers in 2013...

MaltaToday Survey | Trust ratings and MEP rankings on our Facebook page

Joseph Muscat maintains substantial lead on opposition leader while four MEP hopefuls lead the race for a seat in Brussels

Joseph Muscat maintains substantial lead on opposition...

Large families prevail in rural and affluent towns

Valletta, Sliema and St Paul’s Bay retain the highest number of...

Valletta, Sliema and St Paul’s Bay retain the highest...

Malta has one of EU’s lowest gender pay gaps

In 2012, 40% of young women had completed tertiary education compared with 32%...

In 2012, 40% of young women had completed tertiary...

Ministers’ ratings: Bartolo gets 61% approval from young vote

While Bartolo appeals to younger respondents, Energy Minister Konrad Mizzi is...

While Bartolo appeals to younger respondents, Energy...

MaltaToday survey • Kate Gonzi is favourite for president amongst PN voters

Although majority want non-partisan head of state, respondents find it hard not to mention politician for next President of the Republic

Although majority want non-partisan head of state,...

International citizenship schemes: how do they compare?

Joseph Muscat today said that Malta's citizenship sale is not unlike those sold...

Joseph Muscat today said that Malta's citizenship sale is...

MaltaToday survey | Graduates more worried about environment, trust Busuttil more

Immigration is main concern for those with a post-secondary education, jobs worries those with a secondary education, and the cost of living for those lacking...

Immigration is main concern for those with a post-secondary...

Republic Day Honours List - at a glance

Our simple Google Drive spreadsheet helps you see who was honoured on Republic Day

Our simple Google Drive spreadsheet helps you see who was...

Children of parents with ‘low’ education unlikely to progress into university

Maltese parents who completed secondary education were unlikely to have children progressing academically and take up university education.

Maltese parents who completed secondary education were...

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