Despite having endless media coverage since Louisa Wall’s marriage equality members bill was drawn a few weeks ago, the latest Roy Morgan poll has bad news for Colin Craig.
His Conservative Party have dropped 1.5%, down to a total of 1.5%.
He’ll be deeply disappointed by this result. I’ve heard many people predict that Louisa’s bill might just be the catalyst that Colin Craig needs to get into Parliament, but he simply doesn’t seem to be getting any traction.
Also, from Gary Morgan, on the result of the poll:
A potential Labour/Greens alliance (46%, up 5%) now holds a significant advantage over National (44%) and means if a New Zealand Election were held now it would be ‘too close to call’ and depend on the voting results of minor parties and whether they crossed the 5% threshold to win list seats.