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Who will you vote for?

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national_party_logo.jpg
84 25.00%
labour_logo_june_2016.jpg
111 33.04%
nzf_party_logo.jpg
13 3.87%
act_party_logo_30_09_2016.jpg
13 3.87%
green_party_logo.jpg
34 10.12%
the_cannabis_party_logo_2016.jpg
3 0.89%
maori_party_logo.jpg
1 0.30%
mana.jpg
2 0.60%
UFNZ.jpg
1 0.30%
internet_party_16012014.jpg
2 0.60%
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0 0%
conservative_logo_15_08_2017.jpg
1 0.30%
top_logo_15_08_2017.jpg
32 9.52%
nz_peoples_party_logo_rgb.jpg
0 0%
outdoors_party_logo_350dpi_1.jpg
2 0.60%
Democrats-for-Social-Credit.jpg
1 0.30%
I don't know yet
18 5.36%
I'm not voting
18 5.36%
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    I'm doubling down


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    National 45%
    Act 1%

    Labour 37%
    Greens 6%

    NZF 7% (centre)

    NZF needs to do the right thing or MMP has failed and the world will end.

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    The key numbers there are National 45% and Labour 37%. In an election more FPP than most other MMP elections, where minor parties mostly bit the dust, the people have spoken and they want to sta tru 2 da blu

    For the next little bit anyway

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    56% voted for the opposition, if voters wanted National they would have given them something resembling a majority which they didn't.

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    If you add in the wasted TOP vote it's practically an even left/right split

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    Boreas wrote:
    If you add in the wasted TOP vote it's practically an even left/right split
    Try telling that to Tormenta

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    ErAd wrote:
    Try telling that to Tormenta
    But 46% v 45%, so dat moral obligation.

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    It's National 45% and Labour 37%.

    A significant majority there. Go Nats

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    Lol. Troll.

    Peters says deals with National and Labour are pretty much finalised but he has not yet made a decision
    Rofl.

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    No troll. I don't count those shitty parties with no electorates

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    Wait why do NZF 'morally' have to go with National?

    Isn't that assuming that people who voted NZF wanted them go with whomever got the most votes regardless of anything else?

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    Winston shares their values, he used to be in National, has partnered with them before.

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    He has also partnered with Labour.

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    CODChimera wrote:
    Wait why do NZF 'morally' have to go with National?

    Isn't that assuming that people who voted NZF wanted them go with whomever got the most votes regardless of anything else?
    What 7% of voters want isn't as substantive as what 45% of them want.

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    No matter what the result is, there's going to be so much ****ing moaning.

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    Gwarden wrote:
    No matter what the result is, there's going to be so much ****ing moaning.
    The moaning is the best part.

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    Tormenta wrote:
    What 7% of voters want isn't as substantive as what 45% of them want.
    Except you're forgetting by your own metric 55 percent of people want something else...

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    han16 wrote:
    The moaning is the best part.
    You must really love the internet then

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    han16 wrote:
    The moaning is the best part.
    Clarke Gayford confirms

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    Boreas wrote:
    If you add in the wasted TOP vote it's practically an even left/right split
    No, because TOP is a centre party as is NZF. There's a clear leaning towards centre-right, only a cretin would try and suggest otherwise.

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    There isn't a clear leaning towards centre-right, and I suggest otherwise

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    Tormenta wrote:
    Clarke Gayford confirms
    You're the kind of person who'd call Jacinda 'chicky-babe' to her face, huh?

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    Gwarden wrote:
    You're the kind of person who'd call Jacinda 'chicky-babe' to her face, huh?
    Yes, 100%.

    God Winnie is such a showman. Put us out of our misery!

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    This is just awful from Stuff:

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