Posts Tagged Te Tau Hauauru

Te Tai Hauāuru poll August 2014

Reid Research have done a 500 person poll of Te Tai Hauāuru for Maori TV. Key results are:

Party Vote

  • Labour 36% (-6% from election)
  • Maori Party 23% (+2%)
  • National 12% (+4%)
  • Greens 11% (nc)
  • Internet Mana 11% (+3%)
  • NZ First 7% (-1%)

Electorate Vote

  • Maori Party 32% (-16%)
  • Labour 29% (-1%)
  • Greens 11% (nc)
  • Mana 10% (+1%)

Most important issues (rated 6/10 or higher)

  • Family violence 96%
  • Education 95%
  • Child poverty 95%
  • Cost of living 93%
  • Te Reo Maori 93%
  • Maori unemployment 90%
  • Housing 87%
  • Maori Leadership 81%
  • Mining 62%

If Maori Party balance of power

  • Prefer Labour 63%
  • Prefer National 24%

If National wins, Should Maori Party work with them?

  • Yes 67%
  • No 27%
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Te Tai Hauauru Marae-Digipoll October 2008

Polling Company: DigiPoll

Poll Method: Random Phone of Te Tai Hauauru voters

Poll Size: 400 voters (4.9% maximum margin of error)

Dates: 24 September to 14 October 2008

Client: Marae

Report: TVNZ

Party Support

  • Labour 42.5%
  • Maori Party 44.0%
  • NZ First 1.9%
  • National 7.7%
  • Green 2.1%

Candidate Support

  • Errol Mason, Labour 15.1%
  • Tariana Turia, Maori Party 77.7%
Preferred PM
  • Helen Clark 46.8%
  • Tariana Turia 10.5%
  • Pita Sharples 8.5%
  • John Key 6.1%
  • Winston Peters 3.7%
Country Direction
  • Right 50.9%
  • No 32.8%
  • Don’t Know 16.2%
Tariana Turia Performance
  • Very Satisfied 29.7%
  • Satisfied 50.8%
  • Not Satisfied 8.1%
  • Don’t Know 11.3%
Most effective Maori MP
  • Tariana Turia 26.8%
  • Pita Sharples 23.2%
  • Hone Harawira 6.8%
  • Winston Peters 5.7%
Most important issue
  • Maori/Treaty 16.9%
  • Health 13.0%
  • Family Issues 11.2%
  • Education 9.5%
  • Law & Order 6.6%
  • Unemployment 5.8%
Coalitions
  • Maori Party coalition with Labour – 77.4% support, 15.0% do not
  • Maori Party coalition with National – 28.7% support, 60.4% do not
Identity
  • New Zealander First 9.0%
  • Maori first 72.8%
  • Both 17.7%

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