Curia has done research for over dozens of clients ranging from some of the world’s largest companies to very small non-profits and individuals.

As all research, including the existence of it, belongs to our clients we can only list those clients who have publicly released our research or consented to being named. They include:

Some quotes from our clients include:

And can I make one special thank you To the best pollster in New Zealand — and don’t charge us more for it — David Farrar, who got his numbers right!”

— National Party Leader John Key, Election Night 2014

“Material presented in clear, methodical format – easy to understand.”

— Max Bowden, Trans Tasman Political Week

“We have always found Curia to be extremely responsive and insightful providing us with the key information when we have needed it.”

— Dan Ormond, Ideas Shop

“Curia was affordable, fast and most importantly bang on the final result in their polling for me. I will use them again without hesitation.”

— Nick Leggett, candidate for Mayor of Porirua

“I was especially pleased with the efficient response and quality advice in both testing issues and electoral races. This includes the setting up of the poll to ensure I got the best insights into voter behaviour, as well as interpreting data and understanding where to best apply resources over the campaign.”

— Aaron Bhatnagar, Citizens and Ratepayers re local government polling 2007

“We have found Curia Market Research to be professional and independent. They have helped us through all stages of the process in order to get reliable polling which can stand the scrutiny of the media and commentators.”

— Bob McCoskrie, Family First

“Curia provided us with top quality quantitative and qualitative research. They understood our issues and were able to design a programme of research that produced highly credible results.”

— Julian Davidson, Independent Liquor

A Press columnist, Martin Van Beynen, noted in September 2014:

“In election post- mortems, Labour’s defeat is blamed on the fact its pollsters were not a patch on the polling operation run by blogger David Farrar, who, it is said, was able to steer National’s policies and responses to the vicissitudes of the election campaign with unheard of precision.”

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