Interesting poll results

Written By: - Date published: 10:33 am, November 17th, 2011 - 13 comments
Categories: don brash, election 2011, hone harawira, john banks, john key, polls, winston peters - Tags: , ,

Minor Leaders’ debate: Winston Peters 36%, Hone Harawira 27%, Don Brash 14%.
Fairfax Epsom poll: Paul Goldsmith 45.5%, John Banks 29.1%.
Impact of Key endorsement: More likely to vote Banks 23%, Less likely 30%.
Taranaki Daily news debate exit poll: Andrew Little 64.5%, Jonathan Young 28%.

13 comments on “Interesting poll results”

  1. Ianupnorth 1

    Never thought I’d say this – go Goldsmith!

  2. The Voice of Reason 2

    Loved the Taranaki Daily News article, Little obviously has some great people in his team. As the wheels fall off for Key, the nine marginals that the Nats hold by less than 2000 votes are really going to come into play. If New Plymouth falls, can Whanganui, Waitakere, Auckland Central et al be far behind?

  3. NickS 3

    And finally ACT is heading towards a much “deserved” rest from parliament, if not the political graveyard.

    • Ianupnorth 3.1

      yay!!!! No more morons in yellow!

      • NickS 3.1.1

        If only, ACT on Campus will still be as active as ever, trying to attract the rand-bot and hypocritical libertarian vote, along with the usual spew of climate change denial crap.

    • Lanthanide 3.2

      I’d expect the rump of the ACT party to join with Conservatives. Or try to, anyway. Colin may figure he’s better off staying fully clear of the rotting corpse.

  4. Jake Milsom 4

    Are you going to post the new poll results tonight or does that does not fit into the anti national line you continually repeat?

  5. Fortran 5


    Its out and you may well not like what it says.(I don’t suppose the Herald likes it too).

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