Sunday, 28 September 2008

POLL: TV3 TNS Poll, 28 Septr 2008

The latest TV 3 poll out today continues the year long trend of a very healthy lead for the National Party:


(Angus Reid Global Monitor) - The governing Labour party will likely lose its re-election bid in next month’s legislative ballot, according to a poll by TNS released by TV3. 36 per cent of respondents would vote for Labour in the next election to the House of Representatives, while 49 per cent would support the opposition National party.

The Greens are third with five per cent, followed by New Zealand First with three per cent, and the Maori Party with two per cent.

Labour leader Helen Clark has acted as New Zealand’s prime minister since December 1999. In November 2006, Don Brash—who had served as National’s leader since October 2003—announced his resignation and was substituted by finance spokesman John Key. 

Continued

Labour will have to pull the biggest bribe in New Zealand political history to get the electorate to vote for them.


c Political Animal 2008

No comments:

Post a Comment