2008 Election Results – Green Party Vote

1

Wellington Central

20.6%

2

Rongotai

17.0%

3

Dunedin North

15.8%

4

Auckland Central

15.5%

5

Port Hills

13.8%

6

Christchurch Central

11.2%

7

Mt Albert

11.0%

8

West Coast Tasman

10.9%

9

Nelson

9.4%

10

Ohariu

9.1%

11

Mana

8.4%

12

Ilam

8.2%

13

Dunedin South

8.0%

14

Hutt South

7.7%

15

New Lynn

7.6%

16

Coromandel

7.6%

17

Selwyn

7.5%

18

Northland

7.3%

19

Christchurch East

7.2%

20

Hamilton East

7.2%

21

Te Tai Tonga

7.2%

22

Kaikoura

7.0%

23

Waitaki

7.0%

24

Wigram

6.9%

25

Epsom

6.9%

26

Northcote

6.7%

27

North Shore

6.6%

28

Palmerston North

6.5%

29

Waitakere

6.5%

30

New Plymouth

6.4%

31

East Coast

6.4%

32

Tukituki

6.0%

33

Whangarei

6.0%

34

Rimutaka

5.9%

35

Wairarapa

5.7%

36

Otaki

5.6%

37

Napier

5.5%

38

Maungakiekie

5.5%

39

Rangitikei

5.4%

40

Waimakariri

5.4%

41

Tamaki

5.3%

42

Whanganui

5.3%

43

Rodney

5.2%

44

Clutha Southland

5.1%

45

Hamilton West

5.1%

46

Rotorua

5.0%

47

Taranaki-King Country

5.0%

48

Helensville

4.9%

49

Bay of Plenty

4.9%

50

Tauranga

4.6%

51

Taupo

4.5%

52

Mt Roskill

4.3%

53

Invercargill

4.3%

54

Rangitata

4.2%

55

East Coast Bays

4.1%

56

Tamaki Makaurau

4.0%

57

Te Atatu

4.0%

58

Waikato

3.9%

59

Pakuranga

3.6%

60

Te Tai Hauauru

3.5%

61

Te Tai Tokerau

3.5%

62

Hunua

3.4%

63

Hauraki-Waikato

3.2%

64

Ikaroa-Rawhiti

3.2%

65

Papakura

3.0%

66

Waiariki

2.7%

67

Botany

2.4%

68

Manurewa

2.2%

69

Mangere

2.0%

70

Manukau East

1.8%

The did exceptionally well in Wellington achieving 20.6% in Wellington Central and 17.0% in Rongotai. Also above 15% was Dunedin North and Auckland Central.

In eight seats they got over 10%, and in 23 seats, over 7%.

Their median seat was Wairarapa on 5.7%. This is less than their average of 6.7% so their strong seats drags them up considerably.

Their worst seats were Manukau East and Mangere.

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