|Party name||Party Votes won||Party seat entitlement||No. of electorate seats won||No. of list MPs||Total MPs|| ||% of MPs|
|Act New Zealand||2.10%||3||1||2||3|| ||2.40%|
|The Greens||5.00%||6||0||6||6|| ||4.80%|
|Jim Anderton's Progressive||0.00%||0||1||0||1||*||0.80%|
|New Zealand Labour Party||36.00%||45||0||45||45|| ||36.00%|
|New Zealand National Party||50.00%||63||0||63||63|| ||50.40%|
|United Future New Zealand||0.00%||0||1||0||1||*||0.80%|
By far the most pathetically partisan commentary I've seen for a long time. Espiner will be sweeping the streets, come December.
The real news is that John Key has again gazzumped slow boy Cullen on interbank guarantees. TVNZ desperately tried to portray this as 'helping out big business' but they are pissing in the wind.
Clark has the sheer effrontery to attempt to paint John Key as inexperienced when all she has to offer is her Fiscal Fool whose only 'experience' is squandering surpluses.