Friday, August 8th, 2014 - Roy Morgan Research

John Key’s announcement that he won’t be helping the Conservatives into parliament was rated highly by New Zealanders last week.

The confirmation that Murray McCully will stand in East Coast Bays, the electorate he’s held since 1987, also sent the Wormsoaring.

The lowest Reactor score this week goes to the Conservatives as Colin Craig Boasts he attracted more voters to his public meeting in ‘the South of the South’ than the leader of the Opposition.

John Key not only splits opinions along party lines but divides voters on Age and Gender, scoring well below the 50% line with women and electors under 35 years of age.

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