Reid Research Poll: Nats, Key slump.
Written By: – Date published: 7:39 pm, June 2nd, 2015 – 98 comments
Categories: Andrew Little, Judith Collins, Minister for International Embarrassment, Politics, polls – Tags: polls, ponytailgate, reid research
The National Party and the pervy PM have taken a bit of a hiding in the latest Reid Research poll. Down 3.4% in the party ratings and a whopping 4.6% in the preferred PM poll, National have some thinking to do. And Judith Collins has some knives to sharpen.
Andrew Little and Winston Peters have both risen in the PM ratings, and the combined opposition party vote has risen 4.4% to just under 50%. The Greens have done particularly well. Down in the margin of error end of the results, the Conservative Party are now out-polling the combined vote of National’s 3 support parties. Well done, Rimmer, you’re really making a difference.
As Winston Peters notes, the gloss is coming off and the mojo is lost. Anybody know if Sunsilk have a hair care product designed to put the shine back into a middle aged man’s ponytail fetish?
DoNotLink to the TV station who publicised the poll here:
National 46.4% – down 3.4 percent
Labour: 30.4 percent – up 1.3 percent
Green: 11.1 percent – up 1.8 percent
New Zealand First: 8.1 percent – up 1.3 percent
John Key: 39.4 percent – down 4.6 percent
Andrew Little: 11.6 percent – up 1.8 percent
Winston Peters: 11.2 percent – up 3.6 percent
Went too far: 52 percent
Was just “horsing around”: 42 percent
Previous Reid Research polls here.