Winston gone, National able to govern FFP style, Clark's personal rating down, Key's personal rating up, Greens hovering close to oblivion.
It's enough to make a thirsty right winger dust of the Krug and start laying in stocks of ice.
Kelen Clark should continue to attack John Key and National. She's winning the election for us.
I'm seriously puzzled about ACT's failure to register any improvement although I must say National must be relieved at the prospect of not having to negotiate with Rodney Hide over Roger Douglas's role in any post election arrangement.
|Party name||Party Votes won||Party seat entitlement||No. of electorate seats won||No. of list MPs||Total MPs||% of MPs|
|Act New Zealand||1.00%||1||1||0||1|| ||0.81%|
|The Greens||5.00%||6||0||6||6|| ||4.84%|
|Jim Anderton's Progressive||0.00%||0||1||0||1||*||0.81%|
|New Zealand Labour Party||34.00%||43||0||43||43|| ||34.68%|
|New Zealand National Party||52.00%||66||0||66||66|| ||53.23%|
|United Future New Zealand||0.00%||0||1||0||1||*||0.81%|