Roy Morgan poll – September 2017

The latest Roy Morgan poll favours Labour+Greens, National are stranded at 40%.

  • National 40% (down from 42.5)
  • Labour 39.5% (up from 32.5)
  • Greens 9% (no change)
  • NZ First 6% (down from 11.5)
  • Maori Party 2.0% (up from 1.5)
  • ACT Party 0.5% (no change)
  • Conservatives 0.5% (up from 0)
  • Other 2.5% (no change)

TOP will be included in ‘other’.

Different again with National and Labour virtual level pegging relatively low. Greens higher than other polls.

The only thing consistent is NZ First down at 6%.

Electors were asked: “If a New Zealand Election were held today which party would receive your party vote?” This latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll on voting intention was conducted by telephone – both landline and mobile – with a NZ wide cross-section of 866 electors during August 28 – September 10, 2017. Of all electors surveyed 5% (down 1.5%) didn’t name a party.

So this is a longer polling period and is more dated (partially at least) than both the recent Colmar Brunton and Reid Research polls.

http://www.roymorgan.com/findings/7339-roy-morgan-new-zealand-voting-intention-september-10-2017-201709151750

 

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6 Comments

  1. duperez

     /  September 15, 2017

    Mmmm, link not working.

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  2. Oliver

     /  September 15, 2017

    Stuff poll had TOP at 7 percent. 60000 pollsters.

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  3. Gezza

     /  September 16, 2017

    10 September as the last polling date is already too out of date to be worth placing much store in. 23 September’s the date I reckon will get the numbers correct.

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  4. Jonathan Roe

     /  September 16, 2017

    Roy Morgan and Colmar showing similar figures for National, and the Labour-Green bloc for this and previous polls. Reid looking like the outlier (was the worst performer of five polls at the last election). Could have something to do with its online panel (op in, not strictly random), which makes up 25% of its respondents.

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