Latest Roy Morgan

The latest Roy Morgan poll is out and yet again it is a rogue, the 476th in a long string of rogue polls. Winston First is creeping up, ACT remains unchanged so probably still a bit too early for the flow through from their leadership change.

The latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows support for Prime Minister John Key’s National-led Government is unchanged at 56%. Support for Key’s National Party is 52.5% (up 1.5%), the Maori Party 2% (down 1.5%), ACT NZ 1% (unchanged) and United Future 0.5% (unchanged). Support for Opposition Parties is at 44% – Labour Party 31% (down 1%), Greens 7.5%, (down 0.5%), New Zealand First 4.5% (up 1.5%), Progressive Party 0.5% (unchanged) and Others 0.5% (unchanged). If a National Election were held today the National Party would easily be returned to Government. The latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Government Confidence Rating has fallen 2 points to 119 with 53.5% (unchanged) of New Zealanders saying New Zealand is ‘heading in the right direction’ compared to 34.5% (up 2%) that say New Zealand is ‘heading in the wrong direction.’Full New Zealand Voting Results


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