How TV3 recruited their “Undecided” Panel

TV3 have been busted as have Labour with Labour plants in the supposedly “undecided” worm panel.

Here is how they recruited their panel of “undecided” voters….via email…to known political activists.

Hi Everyone,

We are inviting people to attend the TV3  leaders debate on 21st November in the studio in Eden Terrace. I have blind copied this email to ensure your privacy.

We are putting together an audience from a range of backgrounds to attend the debate. It starts at 5.45 pm and finishes at about 8pm. All those attending get $70 to cover travel costs and  any expenses incurred.

Refreshments  will be provided and I am sure it will be an interesting evening for those who go.
If this sounds like something you would like to do please send me a reply with the best day time phone number to contact you on and I will give you a call in the next day or so.

If you have friends you think would like to go to this please feel free to forward this email to them.

All the best

Random? Nope. Undecided? Not likely. Orchestrated and manipulated by political activists…you bet.

This is a major credibility failure from TV3 and from Roy Morgan. It makes a mockery now of headlines that include any reference to the worm.


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