Just 1% in it, Maori party supporters need to vote for Kelvin Davis

Maori Television has a shock poll in Te Tai Tokerau, showing that Kelvin Davis is within 1% of tipping over Hone Harawira.

A major upset could be ahead for Hone Harawira in the Māori electorate of Te Tai Tokerau, given the close battle between him and Kelvin Davis according to our Māori Television poll results.

Hone Harawira is still leading the electorate on 38%.  However Kelvin Davis is on 37%, so there is just 1% between them.

No doubt, Hone Harawira’s knees will be shaking from those numbers and so too will Internet-MANA.   

Well behind is Te Hira Paenga for the Māori Party on 9%, while Clinton Dearlove who is standing as an independent in this competition is on 1%.

There’s not much to savour in the undecided lot, just 9%, while non-voters or those that wouldn’t vote for any of these candidates is 5%.

If the Maori party were smart they’d spike their candidate now. Te Ururoa Flavell should come out and ask Maori party supporters in Te Tai Tokerau to vote for Kelvin Davis and help oust Hone Harawira.

That would leave Internet Mana completely in the lurch, and after last nights embarrassment from Greenwald, Assange and Snowden it is hard to take anything they say as credible.

Te Tai Tokerau voters can now have a massive impact on the election, by rinsing hone Harawira, the man who sold out his party to a fat German criminal.

 

– Maori TV


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