There are no figures shown for ACT which leads me to believe Sir Roger does not have the broad appeal for which nostalgic Actoids had hoped.
This is rapidly turning into an FFP election with the undecided vote reducing to just 11% compared with last week's 13%.
Taking a guess at party votes for ACT, MP, Dunne etc, we have the following result. It looks like Clark will be on the spit roast at Goff's barbecue
|Party name||Party Votes won||Party seat entitlement||No. of electorate seats won||No. of list MPs||Total MPs|| ||% of MPs|
|Act New Zealand||1.50%||2||1||1||2|| ||1.63%|
|Jim Anderton's Progressive||0.00%||0||1||0||1||*||0.81%|
|New Zealand Labour Party||35.70%||46||0||46||46|| ||37.40%|
|New Zealand National Party||51.40%||67||0||67||67|| ||54.47%|
|United Future New Zealand||1.00%||1||1||0||1|| ||0.81%|