POW – TV 3 POLL!!!
Labour – 56.5%
MAJORITY GOVERNMENT LABOUR!
As I argued earlier this month, Labour will win a majority Government.
New Zealand has believed in the Prime Minister, they have watched her at 1pm daily while their lives were at risk and they trust her.
Normally most would have seen her in a 30 second sound bite or in a short interview, but day after day they saw her answer questions and provide genuine leadership during a time of crisis and then they compared that to the daily train wreck of Trump.
New Zealanders are thanking their lucky stars Jacinda is in power and are genuinely moved by her. She has steered us through terrorism, volcanism and now the maybe bubonic plague with a leadership style that has actually redefined leadership in a unique way, and we are a better nation for it.
The extraordinary social media attack on Bridges tone deafness and any journalist who asks a dumb question highlights the sense of shared sacrifice New Zealanders feel they have made and the loyalty that now generates for Ardern
NZers feels like they have fallen over and Jacinda has bent over, given us a hug, promised it will be ok and that she will be there to help them get back onto their feet.
Simon Bridges is yelling, ‘get up you sissy wimp, we’ve got work to do”.
The electorate wants kindness, they don’t want arsehole.
The Greens at 5.5% must go into crisis mode to stop from crashing into the oblivion of the 5% threshold, NZF is in serious danger and National don’t have the spine to knife Simon Bridges.
This is an extraordinary result for Labour and will only grow once Jacinda starts the election as her confidence and polish makes her battle hardened unlike any leader in modern times.
For the first time in MMP history we could have a majority Party win.
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