Roy Morgan May poll

The Roy Morgan poll for May 2017 has just been released – this is all pre-budget.

  • National 43% (no change)
  • Labour 28.5% (down from 29.5)
  • Greens 14% (up from 13)
  • NZ First 10% (down from 10.5)
  • Maori Party 1.5% (up from 1)
  • ACT 0.5% (down from 1.5)
  • United Future 0% (no change)
  • Mana Party 1% (up from 0)
  • Conservative Party 0% (down from 0.5)
  • Other 1.5% (up from 1)

So there isn’t much change here. It isn’t much different from the Roy Morgan March poll either.

National are in a danger zone and will be hoping to get a lift from the budget.

Labour continue to stagnate and will be hoping to come up with a real game changer rather than failed aspirations ongoing.

Greens and NZ First are looking healthy but they need larger partners to make a coalition.

Labour + Greens are unchanged, as is National, but both are nowhere near a majority.

http://www.roymorgan.com/findings/7239-roy-morgan-new-zealand-voting-intention-may-2017-201705261624

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17 Comments

  1. Corkey

     /  May 26, 2017

    National 43% (no change). That’s the most telling factor in this poll because it’s doubtful National will slip below that percentage after such an excellent budget.

    For Andy, the next poll may be 27 % and slipping.

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    • Conspiratoor

       /  May 26, 2017

      Timing brother corks, timing. You castle too early. Joyce thinks he can bribe his way back into power but national will slip when Winston distills the contest down to the issues that matter to voters

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      • High Flying Duck

         /  May 26, 2017

        Winston’s more of a distillery than a distiller C.
        He’ll just keep shouting his slogans as he has for 20 years and as usual about 10% will fall for it.

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        • Conspiratoor

           /  May 27, 2017

          Have added that claim to the time capsule H. At what stage does “about 10%” cease to Apply?

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      • Blazer

         /  May 27, 2017

        National will have kept a big ‘card’ in reserve,to be revealed around…late July ,early August….one with appeal=cutting Labours policy…’lunch’…again.

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  2. Bill Brown

     /  May 27, 2017

    Labour. Game changer.

    That’s a no from me.

    The only thing they may have is another new leader.

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    • Blazer

       /  May 27, 2017

      National has a new leader too.Have you noticed that there are never any ‘stories’ about Max Key featured in the Herald since the leadership change?Clear evidence that some media work hand in glove…with politicians.

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      • PDB

         /  May 27, 2017

        Yes, left-wing media attacking the son of a politician they didn’t like for their left-wing masters – Bill has a few kids so I assume the MSM are currently busy doing lots of ‘research’ on them…..

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        • Gezza

           /  May 27, 2017

          That poor kid of John Key. Old man’s a multi millionaire & yet half time we saw the poor young chap he was dressed in rags.

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        • Blazer

           /  May 27, 2017

          the media promoted him,not attacked…him…helping him in his quest to be the next….Justin Bieber’.

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  3. PDB

     /  May 27, 2017

    “Meet the new boss, Same as the old boss”

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  4. whilst the figures for Natz are ‘unchanged’ (this time).. weren’t they at about 48% a whilst ago ?

    “Go the Greens !” 🙂

    also; ‘others’ apparently inc. mostly ALCP, also UP !! 🙂

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