Official election result

The final results are in now:
Party Votes % of Votes Electorate Seats List Seats Total seats
National Party 1,152,075 44.4 41 15 56
Labour Party 956,184 36.9 29 17 46
New Zealand First Party 186,706 7.2 9 9
Green Party 162,443 6.3 8 8
ACT New Zealand 13,075 0.5 1 1
The Opportunities Party (TOP) 63,261 2.4
Māori Party 30,580 1.2
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party 8,075 0.3
Conservative 6,253 0.2
MANA 3,642 0.1
Ban1080 3,005 0.1
New Zealand People’s Party 1,890 0.1
United Future 1,782 0.1
NZ Outdoors Party 1,620 0.1
Democrats for Social Credit 806 0.0
Internet Party 499 0.0
Total 2,591,896 71 49 120
Now the political parties try to work out a government from that.

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