iPredict Daily Election Update #9
* New Zealand First leader Winston Peters and Mana Party leader Hone Harawira will square off in the second-to-last
iPredict programme before the election, tonight at 7.00 pm on Stratos (Sky 89, Freeview 21).
* John Key appears overwhelmingly favoured to remain Prime Minister, but seat-by-seat analysis presents a different
picture with both Epsom and Ohariu highly marginal.
* The market continues to lose confidence in Labour's provincial candidates, with National now having a 52% probability
of winning Palmerston North, compared with Labour's 48%.
* The voter turnout on Saturday for general electorates is forecast to be 78%, while the voter turnout in Maori
electorates is forecast to be 63%.
* If National is elected there is a 16% probability that the Greens will support it or abstain on confidence and supply.
If Labour is elected there is a 77% probability that the Greens will support it or abstain on confidence and supply.
* Labour's vote-share is down 0.4 points to 28.1%, while National and Greens' vote-shares are up to 48.0% and 12.1%
* The heavily traded stock forecasting Winston Peters' chance of returning to Parliament is up to 39% probability, from
37% yesterday. New Zealand First's forecast party vote is 4.2%.
National 48.0% +0.5% 61 MPs
Labour 28.1% -0.4% 35 MPs
Greens 12.1% +0.6% 15 MPs
New Zealand First 4.2% -0.1% 0 MPs
Act 2.1% -0.1% 3 MPs
Mana Party 2.0% -0.2% 3 MPs
Conservative 1.7% n/c 0 MPs
Maori Party 1.2% n/c 3 MPs
UnitedFuture 1.1% n/c 1 MP
Stratos: iPredict Election 2011
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* Tonight's guests: New Zealand First leader Winston Peters and Mana Party leader Hone Harawira hosted by Martyn
1. New Zealand First party vote is predicted to be 4.2%. Would you buy or short?
2. Mana Party's vote-share is predicted to be 2.0%, while Hone's chances of winning Te Tai Tokerau is 95%. Would you buy
3. National Party's vote-share is predicted to be 48.0%. Would you buy or short?
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The daily election snapshot replaces the weekly political snapshot for the final two weeks of the election campaign. It
is taken at a random time each day to avoid market manipulation by political parties or activists. Today's was taken at