Curia’s May 2006 polling newsletter is out. It was ready last week but was delayed until a mailing list has been arranged for it (as ISPs now block bulk e-mails from users).
The summary is:
The latest weighted summary of public polls sees the Maori Party holding the balance of power in Parliament, despite National having a 4% lead over Labour.
In both New Zealand And Australia, voters disapprove of their respective budgets. The November US elections get a month closer with little good news for the Republicans. Canadian PM Steven Harper rises in the polls despite, or because of, a war with the press gallery. And in the UK David Cameron is the beneficiary of a crumbling Labour Party.
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