Roy Morgan

TPP protests only result in increasing National support

The dildo bounce is working a treat:

During February support for Nationals was up 1.5% to 48.5% well ahead of a potential Labour/Greens alliance 41.5% (unchanged) in the second Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll for 2016. If a New Zealand Election were held now the latest NZ Roy Morgan Poll shows National would be re-elected comfortably.

Support for the National partners showed a sharp fall in support for the Maori Party, down 2% to 1%, Act NZ was 0.5% (unchanged) and United Future was 0% (unchanged).

Of the three Parliamentary Opposition parties – Labour?s support is now at 27% (down 0.5%), Greens 14.5% (up 0.5%), NZ First is 6% (down 0.5%). Of the parties outside Parliament the Conservative Party of NZ is 1% (unchanged), the Internet-Mana Party alliance is at 0.5% (up 0.5%) and support for Independent/ Others is 1% (up 0.5%).

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Roy Morgan delivers New Year gloom for Labour

Despite a news vacuum, and no one really being interested in politics over Christmas/New Year, Labour somehow managed to drop in the latest Roy Morgan poll.

During January support for National was down 2% to 47% although still well ahead of a potential Labour/Greens alliance 41.5% (unchanged) in the first Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll for 2016. If a New Zealand Election were held now the latest NZ Roy Morgan Poll shows National would be re-elected with the support of minor parties.

Support for the National partners showed increased support for the Maori Party, up 1.5% to 3.0%, although Act NZ was 0.5% (unchanged) and United Future was 0% (down 0.5%).

Of the three Parliamentary Opposition parties – Labour?s support is now at 27.5% (down 1%), Greens 14% (up 1%), NZ First is 6.5% (up 0.5%). Of the parties outside Parliament the Conservative Party of NZ is 1% (up 0.5%), the Internet-Mana Party alliance is at 0% (unchanged) and support for Independent/ Others is 0.5% (unchanged). ? Read more »

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Nats lift in latest Roy Morgan

Labour’s favourite poll, the one they claim is the most accurate, has some devastating figures for them.

During October support for National rose 5.5% to 50% well ahead of a potential Labour/Greens alliance 40.5% (down 5.5%) according to the latest Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll. If a NZ Election were held now the latest NZ Roy Morgan Poll shows National would be easily re-elected.

Support for the National partners changed slightly with the Maori Party 0.5% (down 1%) ? now at their lowest since last year?s NZ Election, Act NZ 0.5% (unchanged) and United Future 0% (down 0.5%).

Of the three Parliamentary Opposition parties – Labour?s support is now at 29% (down 2%), Greens 11.5% (down 3.5%) but support for NZ First increased to 6.5% (up 1%). Of the parties outside Parliament the Conservative Party of NZ is 0.5% (down 0.5%), the Internet-Mana Party alliance is at 0.5% (unchanged) and support for Independent/ Others is 1% (up 1%). ?? Read more »

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Winston Peters in box seat as Key’s chickens come home to roost in latest Roy Morgan

National?s lacklustre performance is coming home to roost and Winston Peters is the beneficiary of the poor showing.

Now, sure it is the Roy Morgan?poll which is up and down like a whore’s drawers, but National has slipped below the halfway point of the 40s. Winston Peters is still the King maker.

During September support for National fell 6% to 44.5% now just behind a potential Labour/Greens alliance 46% (up 8%) according to the latest Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll. If a NZ Election were held now the latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows that the Election would be too close to call with fourth party New Zealand First in a position to pick New Zealand?s next Government.

Support for the National partners was little changed with the Maori Party 1.5% (unchanged), Act NZ 0.5% (unchanged) and United Future 0.5% (up 0.5%).

Of the three Parliamentary Opposition parties – Labour?s support is now at 31% (up 4%), Greens 15% (up 4%) although support for NZ First decreased to 5.5% (down 2.5%) ? the lowest level of support for New Zealand First since last year?s New Zealand Election. Of the parties outside Parliament the Conservative Party of NZ is 1% (up 1%), the Internet-Mana Party alliance is at 0.5% (unchanged) and support for Independent/ Others is 0% (down 1%).

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Twyford’s chinkygate balls up sinks Labour in the latest Roy Morgan

Labour have taken an expected battering as a result of their anti-Asian dog-whistle housing policy that focussed on people with chinky sounding names.

During August support for National jumped 7.5% to 50.5% now well ahead of a potential Labour/Greens alliance 38% (down 7%) according to the latest Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll. Support for the major parties in August has returned to close to the levels of support in June. National 50.5% cf. 49.5% (in June) and Labour/ Greens 38% cf. 39% (in June) after a poor result for the Key Government in July caused by rising worries about Economic issues ? including the steep fall in the price of milk powder and as the New Zealand Dollar plunged to six year lows in early July.

If a NZ Election were held now the latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows that the National Party would easily be returned to power.

Support for the National partners was unchanged with the Maori Party 1.5% (unchanged), Act NZ 0.5% (unchanged) and United Future 0% (unchanged).

Of the three Parliamentary Opposition parties – Labour?s support is now at 27% (down 5%), Greens 11% (down 2%) although support for NZ First increased to 8% (up 1%). Of the parties outside Parliament the Internet-Mana Party alliance is at 0.5% (up 0.5%), the Conservative Party of NZ is 0% (down 1.5%) and support for Independent/ Others is 1% (down 0.5%).

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National’s slide to oblivion starts…oh wait it’s the Roy Morgan

The latest dodgy Roy Morgan poll is out and predictably it shows a correction from?the?last poll where National was sky high.

During June support for National was down 4.5% to 49.5% after the 2015 NZ Budget. However, despite the fall the National-led Government has a large lead over a potential Labour/Greens alliance with their support at 39% (up 3%), according to the latest Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll.

If a National Election were held now the latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows that National would win and be able to govern in their own right.

Support for National supporters the Maori Party was unchanged at 1% while support is unchanged for both Act NZ 1% and United Future 0%.

Support has increased for all three Parliamentary Opposition parties: Labour?s support is now at 26% (up 0.5%), Greens 13% (up 2.5%) and NZ First 6.5% (up 0.5%). For the parties outside Parliament the Conservative Party of NZ is 1% (unchanged) while the Internet-Mana Party alliance is at 0% (unchanged) and support for Independent/ Others is 2% (up 1%).

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How much longer has Angry Andy got? 12 months?

Roy Morgan came out last night. ?In short, National up 3% at 54%. ?Labour down to 25.5% (Greens and NZ First down also).

This poll was taken?after ponytailgate, and before the budget. ?Some budget details were already known, but not the increase in benefits.

Every time the left and the media go troppo on a National issue, they over-egg the pudding and end up driving voters back to National.

Labour was rejected?by the electorate during the election at 25.5%.

At this stage, Andrew Little is adding no value over David Cunliffe and taking away value from where Phil Goff and David Shearer left Labour. ? Labour, once again, have failed to capture the public’s imagination with their latest union muppet.

They did have some help from the man that poo-fingers everything he touches. ?I’m talking of course about Martin Martyn “Wrongly Wrongson” Bradbury. ? Donkey deep in Dirty Politics, he got a National Government elected with an increased majority.

As an encore, he returns with ponytailgate and pushes National beyond their election win, and plummets Labour back down to their worst election loss over seventy years. ? Read more »

When will the knives come out for Andrew Little?

What do you mean I need a media person?

The recent Roy Morgan Poll has Labour back on 27%, signalling that Andrew Little?s honeymoon is over. He failed to do anything important in his first six months, and he is reaping what he has sowed.

Word from inside Labour is that fundraising has not been going well. The potential donors can?t see Labour being government so they don?t think it is worth giving them any money. This is exactly what happened with National under English. The donor community couldn?t see National winning so they didn’t give any money. ? Read more »

Andrew Little’s 27%

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Labour Leader Little Andrew

The recent Roy Morgan poll has largely been overlooked by the media who were so busy chasing the story about John Key?s hair fetish that they ignored the big story of the week.

Labour and Andrew Little have tanked in the polls. They have fallen back to 27%. The brief honeymoon for Andrew Little has faded, mainly because he is deadly boring and seems to think that Charisma is an Olympic Gold Medal winning horse, rather than a necessary trait for a political leader. ? Read more »

Labour’s favoured poll shows the Little experiment has faltered

Labour has dropped below 30% in Labour’s favoured poll, the Roy Morgan. Labour loves this poll, consistently claiming it is the most accurate.

Little’s tactical plan?in helping Winston Peters take Northland is increasingly looking like a strategic blunder.

Labour were cock-a-hoop at National losing Northland, but they won’t be now with Winston Peters gaining legitimacy as the real opposition leader.

Today?s New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows a slight weakening for the National-led Government 48% (down 1.5% since March), but retaining a strong lead over a potential Labour/Greens Coalition 41% (down 1%). The beneficiaries of this loss of support was New Zealand First 8.5% (up 2.5%) following on from NZ First Leader Winston Peter’s successful campaign at the recent Northland by-election according to today?s Roy Morgan New Zealand April poll.

Support for National has dropped to 45.5% (down 1%) and support for Prime Minister John Key?s Coalition partners the Maori Party has dropped to 1.5% (down 0.5%). Support for Key?s other two Coalition partners is unchanged: Act NZ 1% (unchanged) and United Future is still on 0% (unchanged).

Despite the rise in support for the Opposition Parties on the whole, Labour?s decision to advise Labour supporters to vote for NZ First Leader Winston Peters in the Northland by-election appears to have dented Labour support ? now at 27.5% (down 3.5%). In contrast, support has increased strongly for both the Greens 13.5% (up 2.5%) and NZ First 8.5% (up 2.5%).

For the parties outside Parliament the Conservative Party of NZ is 1% (down 0.5%) while the Internet-Mana Party alliance is at 0% (unchanged) and support for Independent/ Others is 1.5% (up 0.5%).

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Labour strategists won’t be liking this.

 

– Roy Morgan

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