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11:17 am, July 15th, 2020 - 41 comments
Categories: class war, election 2020, elections, Gerry Brownlee, greens, jacinda ardern, Judith Collins, labour, Media, Politics, same old national - Tags: act, labour, national, polls, Roy Morgan poll, The Greens
The size of the job in front of new Tory leader Judith Collins is laid bare in the latest Roy Morgan poll.
Labour would win a comfortable outright victory, and with the Greens added, the Government would be returned with around 75 seats. And that’s without NZ First making it back to Parliament, so win/win!
The gap between the opposition and the Government is massive; 32% vs 65%.
The Morgan poll also notes strong support for the Government in Consumer confidence and in the ‘Right direction/Wrong direction’ poll.
All in all, a very satisfactory place to be for Labour and the Greens. National would need to lift at least 15% to even dream about winning power.
There’s nothing to suggest the tired team of Collins and Brownlee will make that much of a difference in the short time remaining till election day.