Roy Morgan Poll

The latest Roy Morgan poll is out and it isn’t pretty reading…for Labour. The tea tapes haven’t hurt National at all. Nor Act seeing them lift. Labour and Winston take a pounding. National is more than double Labour’s rating.

The latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows Prime Minister John Key’s National Party set for a clear victory in next Saturday’s New Zealand election with National (53%, unchanged) increasing its lead over the Labour Party (24.5%, down 1.5%). Support for the Green Party (13%, up 1%) has continued to increase while New Zealand First (3%, down 1.5%), ACT NZ (1.5%, up 0.5%) and United Future ( > 0.5%, unchanged) will all struggle to win seats in the new Parliament.

The Maori Party (3%, up 1%) and the Mana Party (1%, unchanged) will contest the seven Maori seats with the Maori Party expected to do well again and likely to benefit from the collapse in the Labour vote since the 2008 New Zealand election while Other minor parties are supported by 1% (up 0.5%).

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