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Public Increasingly Impatient As Coalition Negotiations Drag On

Published: Thu 23 Nov 2023 09:26 AM
Public frustration continues to grow as negotiations drag on. A second poll by Talbot Mills Research indicates a 6% increase in those saying that negotiations are taking too long.Is the negotiation between National, ACT and NZ First to form the next Government taking too long?Poll taken from 17-22 NovemberPoll taken from 10-16 NovemberYes: 66% (up 6%)60%No: 19% (down 2%)21%Unsure: 16% (down 3%)19%Poll conducted between 17- 22 November 2023 and the basis of the sample is n=567 nationally representative respondents in New Zealand 18 years of age and over.Poll conducted between 10- 16 November 2023 and the basis of the sample is n=545 nationally representative respondents in New Zealand 18 years of age and over.Results are based upon questions asked in a Talbot Mills Research New Zealand nationwide online survey.
When asked who is most to blame for how long the negotiations are taking, 33% of people blamed Rt Hon Winston Peters, and nearly a quarter of people blamed Prime Minister-elect Christopher Luxon.Who do you think is most to blame for how long the negotiations are taking?Rt Hon Winston Peters33%Christopher Luxon24%David Seymour4%Unsure40%Poll conducted between 17-22 November 2023. Results are based upon questions asked in a Talbot Mills Research New Zealand nationwide online survey. The basis of the sample is n=155 nationally representative respondents in New Zealand 18 years of age and over.
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