Two Party Preferred

ALP 51% down 1.5%
L-NP 49% up 1.5%
May 21/22 & 28/29, 2016

Voting Intention

ALP 32.5
L-NP 37.5
Greens 13
Ind 17
May 21/22 & 28/29, 2016

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence

118.6 +3.2


9.2 +0.7

Business Confidence

116.7 +0.5

Inflation Expectations

4.8 -0.2

Latest Morgan Poll Releases

As the dust settles on the 2016 United States election, the complex process of preparing to govern a bitterly divided nation begins for President-Elect Trump. And the long, slow process of post-mortem begins for political scientists, who along with pollsters, pundits and experts, were shocked once again to find that Trump had proved them all wrong, defied expectations, and remade American politics in the process.

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Trump victory raises questions

As the world watched Donald Trump voted in as the next President of the United States of America,  two questions emerge:  Why did Donald Trump win?  Why did the Public Opinion Polls get it so wrong?

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During October support for National rose by 6.5% to 48% now clearly ahead of a potential Labour/ Greens alliance 38% (down 7.5%) after Prime Minister John Key travelled extensively overseas – including an address to a UN conference in late September. If a New Zealand Election was held now the latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows National would be re-elected.

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Federal 2 Party Vote

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