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Roy Morgan Poll: National/ACT ahead of Labour/Greens, DemocracyNZ steady

Roy Morgan poll May 2023 news

On today’s results the Maori Party would likely hold the balance of power.

Today’s poll saw the National/ACT block (44.5%) ease slightly ahead of the left-wing coalition of Labour/Greens (42%).

‘For the potential right-leaning coalition support for National was unchanged at 32% while support for Act NZ was down 0.5% points to 12.5% – its lowest support so far this year.

‘In contrast, support for the governing Labour Party was down 3% points to 30% while support for their governing partners the Greens was up 1.5% points to 12% in April.

‘The results for April continue to show the New Zealand Election later in 2022 is on a knife-edge with the crossbench set to determine who will form New Zealand’s next Government.’

‘National/Act NZ coalition would score 58 seats, just ahead of the 56 seats for a potential Labour/Greens coalition – not enough for a majority of 61 seats for either side of politics.

‘The projected results show the Maori Party with 6 seats in New Zealand’s next Parliament would be in the box seat to determine who New Zealand’s Prime Minister after this year’s election would be – either Chris Hipkins (Labour) or Christopher Luxon (National).’

Minor parties

Support for New Zealand First increased in April but is just short of the 5% threshold. A further 4.5% of electors support other minor parties outside Parliament, down 2% points from a month ago, including 2% (down 1.5% points) who support The Opportunities Party, 1.5% points who support DemocracyNZ and 0.5% (down 0.5% points) who support the New Conservative Party.

The DemocracyNZ result shows a steady base of support, having scored 1.6% in the Taxpayers’ Union/Curia poll in April.

Read the full Roy Morgan poll results here.

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  1. There is no balance of power in this poll, te pati maori will go with labour greens. Depressing all round really. The greens going up and recieving 12% of votes being the most concerning.

    if this was the result of the election, the country is screwed

    • But the political landscape would change significantly if the threshold was dropped all together, politicians don’t care who you vote for as long as you vote, secondly they want you to vote for establishment parties not grassroot parties, so if you dont like whats going on either dont vote for them or dont vote at all, at least you have a viable choice.

      • It appears with NZ’s out of control and rampant immigration policies
        Labour is importing a large number of votes

  2. 86.5 % of Kiwis have not the slightest clue about what ALL parties in parliament stood and stand for. A truly depressing number.
    However, things will become clearer to many, as times will get tougher and the veil of incompetence, corruption and egomania will be pulled back and crimes become clearer.
    Some rats have already jumped ship.
    Some others will need to walk the plank.
    Inquisition and criminal trials for all.

  3. Sadly I think the country is screwed. If the Globalists and their puppets can’t get the result they want by fair means they will most certainly use foul. This election possibly should not be an election but a protest instead where we send a clear message that if you push any of the Globalist New World Order crap here you will never be wanted and never be welcome.

  4. If the Greens with their wealth tax and the Maori party with their hang ups on 19the century colonialism get in then it would be safe to assume NZ would lose many middle and upper class kiwis to Aus.


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