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  • Telecom’s internet television service could appeal to a million

    Telecom’s internet television service could appeal to a million

    Telecom might have a market of more than a million New Zealand adults interested in using its internet television service if the content and price are affordable. An independently conducted survey by Horizon Research finds 32.2% of adults, equivalent to 1,030,780 people, say they might use...

  • Majority think National will lead after election, but would prefer Labour

    Majority think National will lead after election, but would prefer Labour

    66.5% of New Zealand voters think National will lead a coalition government if one is needed after the September 20 general election. However, 51.5% would prefer Labour to lead a coalition if there is one. An independent nationwide survey by Horizon Research of 2,665 people aged 18+ between March...

  • Irrigation supported - only if environment protected

    Irrigation supported - only if environment protected

    A new independent survey shows an overwhelming majority of Kiwis don’t want large-scale irrigation schemes and intensive agriculture expansion if there is failure to protect downstream waterways so that they remain safe for swimming, fishing and food gathering. The ‘Farming and the...

  • Kiwis say dairying has gone too far

    Kiwis say dairying has gone too far

    A new independent survey shows New Zealanders believe the economy is either too heavily dependent on dairy farming (37%) or the growth of intensive dairying has gone too far (31%). Only 19% believe the country should continue to grow dairy farming, with more cows per hectare if necessary, the...

  • Sugar poll: don't tax, reduce serving sizes

    Sugar poll: don't tax, reduce serving sizes

    More than 850,000 adult New Zealanders believe they or someone in their household have developed health problems as a result of consuming sugar. However, they prefer reducing the amount of sugar in drinks and reducing the size of sugar-containing drinks to imposing a sugar tax to deter demand. A...

  • Mass mistrust of contactless transaction credit cards

    Mass mistrust of contactless transaction credit cards

    New Zealanders mistrust contactless transaction credit cards. Major credit cards have introduced a service through which users can wave or tap a credit card to pay for transactions with a value of up to $80. There is no need to enter a pin number or sign a transaction form. A new survey finds about...

  • Banks, insurance firms financial advisers' main competitors

    Banks, insurance firms financial advisers' main competitors

    Banks and insurance companies remain the biggest threat to insurance advisers in spite of the rise of online insurance sales, according to a new survey by Horizon Research. Niko Kloeten, reports through the Good Returns information service that the survey, commissioned by the New Zealand Financial...

  • Retirement income: “They have to do something”

    Retirement income: “They have to do something”

    The idea of introducing compulsory retirement saving is generally well received among employees on below-average incomes, according to qualitative research conducted through the HorizonPoll panel. Horizon Research recruited 33 people for one-on-one interviews which were conducted by Tasman Research...

  • Brown-Palino gap 15.8%: Horizon's call 14%

    Brown-Palino gap 15.8%: Horizon's call 14%

    Horizon's mid voting poll for all voters found a 14% gap likely between candidates Len Brown and John Palino. The official provisional final result was a 15.8% gap. Our earlier story regarding these results, looking a tdifferent scenarios, was: A mid-election poll shows only a 4% gap between...

  • Suburbans New Zealand’s most-read newspapers

    Suburbans New Zealand’s most-read newspapers

    Local suburbans are collectively the most read newspapers in New Zealand. 38.4% of adults surveyed nationwide between September 13 and 17 say they have read a suburban newspaper in the past 30 days, the equivalent of more than 1.29 million aged 18+, according to a new HorizonPoll survey. The New...

  • Palino closes on Brown among definite voters in Auckland Mayoralty race

    Palino closes on Brown among definite voters in Auckland Mayoralty race

    In a mostly two-way race for Auckland’s Mayoralty, there is a 12% gap between the main candidates, incumbent Len Brown and candidate John Palino. Mr Brown has a comfortable lead on Mr Palino when Auckland voters are presented with a list of 10 names and the option to choose someone else or...

  • Government suffers poor performance ratings on Auckland issues

    Government suffers poor performance ratings on Auckland issues

    Nearly 47 out of 100 Aucklanders rated the Government’s performance on the Central Rail Link project as poor in the fortnight before it announced it would support a 2020 start date for the project. 46.9% rated performance on the issue has poor to very poor and 19.9% said it was good to very...

  • We’re not pure: target waterway clean up

    We’re not pure: target waterway clean up

    Only 4% of New Zealanders believe the country lives up to its environmentally pure overseas marketing message. Forced to choose yes or no – 55% say “no”. At the same time, 83.7% of the 2152 respondents to the Sustainable Business Council – Fairfax Media annual Horizon poll...

  • How Kiwi consumers will flex their buying power

    How Kiwi consumers will flex their buying power

    67% of adult New Zealanders could switch brands if they found their regular brand or service provider was having a bad affect on the environment, people or society, or was behaving unethically. The latest Sustainable Business Council – Fairfax Media survey on consumer and business behaviour...

  • Ethical choice making ground with shoppers

    Ethical choice making ground with shoppers

    Ethical worries are staging a comeback in the battle of conscience versus price, after suffering some serious post-recession fatigue. Each year the Sustainable Business Council/Fairfax Business and Consumer Behaviour Survey, conducted by Horizon Research, asks shoppers what environmental and...

  • Technology saving time - but we feel busier

    Technology saving time - but we feel busier

    New Zealanders believe technology has resulted in a timesaving of six hours a week on average compared with a decade ago; however, three quarters of us are still feeling the pressure when it comes to managing our time. According to the Visa payWave Currency of Time Survey, conducted by Horizon...

  • New Zealanders moving smartly away from standard mobiles

    New Zealanders moving smartly away from standard mobiles

    More adults in New Zealand now have a smartphone than a standard mobile. The number of adults with smartphones has reached nearly 50%, while the number with standard mobiles is 45.2%. More than 456,000 more adults now have a smartphone than in July 2012, a 13.6% rise. The Horizon Research March...

  • Insurers can sell a million new policies in next year

    Insurers can sell a million new policies in next year

    A new survey shows just New Zealand adults intend buying more than a million new insurance policies during the next 12 months. Existing customers also intend to increase their existing insurance cover on 695,000 of their policies, but only cancel 94,000 policies. Horizon Research says its survey of...

  • Serious illness equals serious financial trouble

    Serious illness equals serious financial trouble

    Key point summary: 972,700 households with annual incomes $20,000+ do not have income protection Each year the primary income earner in 14,980 of those households will fall seriously ill and be unable to earn for six months or more Those households plunge into The Great Financial Vulnerability Gap...

  • Strong support for universal KiwiSaver

    Strong support for universal KiwiSaver

    New Zealanders today regret the decision to abolish compulsory superannuation in 1976, and a solid majority of New Zealanders now favour the reintroduction of a universal KiwiSaver scheme. Almost three out of four New Zealanders agree now that it was a mistake to scrap the 1975 scheme, according to...

  • Who looks in stores, then buys online

    Who looks in stores, then buys online

    About 15 in every 100 adult New Zealand shoppers with internet access are looking at items in stores – before buying online. About seven in 100 are buying online from a different retailer than the one who showed them or let them try on items. A new HorizonPoll survey of 2,425 New Zealanders...

  • 64% of Aucklanders support $2.5 billion city rail link project

    64% of Aucklanders support $2.5 billion city rail link project

    Main findings summary of a Horizon Research City Rail Link survey: 75% of Aucklanders want integrated bus-rail improvements to their public transport 64% support building the major City Rail Link (CRL) project, only 14% oppose 64% of those who support the CRL want it built “as soon as...

  • 80.7% want independent investigation of complaints against police

    80.7% want independent investigation of complaints against police

    A Horizon Research survey over the weekend finds 80.7% of New Zealanders want all complaints about the police to be investigated independently. The survey also finds: 76.3% think the Independent Police Conduct Authority should have the power to initiate a prosecution against police officers if it...

  • 65% yes for convention centre, 57% no to SkyCity deal

    65% yes for convention centre, 57% no to SkyCity deal

    Putting aside the issue of who should operate it, 65% of New Zealanders want an international convention centre built at Auckland. 18% oppose, while 17% don’t know. However, 56.9% oppose the idea of Government passing special legislation to provide SkyCity with additional gaming machines,...

  • 62.9% support end of life choice

    62.9% support end of life choice

    A HorizonPoll of 2,969 adult New Zealanders finds 62.9% support proposed end of life choice law changes. A private member’s bill may come before the New Zealand Parliament in 2012 which would aim to give all New Zealand citizens or permanent residents aged 18 years or over the ability to...

  • Smartphone market will grow 20% in the next 12 months

    Smartphone market will grow 20% in the next 12 months

    The smartphone market will grow 20% in the next 12 months. More than 55% adults will have smartphones by mid next year, according to a new Smartphone Market monitoring report from Horizon Research. This will put the new technology into the hands of about another 621,300 Kiwis. Based on interviews...

  • New HorizonPoll: 43.5% going mortgage shopping

    New HorizonPoll: 43.5% going mortgage shopping

    A new Horizon Research survey shows 13% of home owners with mortgages are shopping for better deals right now. The survey reveals the huge pressure being placed on mortgage providers to compete. It also indicates worsening household finances might be one of the factors driving the search for better...

  • Public back compulsory savings policy idea

    Public back compulsory savings policy idea

    New Zealanders are firmly in favour of making contributions to employees’ personal retirement savings accounts compulsory. The Financial Services Council (FSC) has released results of a HorizonPoll, saying it has not taken a position on whether savings contributions by employees and employers...

  • Savings research results: NZ Super not enough

    Savings research results: NZ Super not enough

    Most people understand that New Zealand Superannuation will not provide them with enough money to live comfortably. According to results of a HorizonPoll survey conducted for the Financial Services Council, New Zealanders felt the average income needed to live comfortably in retirement was $632 per...

  • Fewer trust business, 50% uncomfortable about buying NZX shares

    Fewer trust business, 50% uncomfortable about buying NZX shares

    70 per cent of New Zealanders are now “less trusting” or “totally distrusting” of the honesty and integrity of businesses in New Zealand after recent finance company failures. Overwhelmingly New Zealanders are looking for honesty, integrity and high ethical standards and the...

  • 63% of New Zealanders say they are not saving enough

    63% of New Zealanders say they are not saving enough

    63% of New Zealanders say they are not currently saving enough to retire on a comfortable income. There is widespread concern among New Zealanders over how much income they will have in retirement. Nearly 80% think their savings will run out before the end of their lives. Only one third of adults...

  • Brands at risk if eggs from cruel sources

    Brands at risk if eggs from cruel sources

    Companies face a risk to their brands if they use eggs from battery caged hens, according to latest survey results released today by animal advocacy group SAFE. Almost a third of respondents said they would prefer well-known companies such as Edmonds, and the Progressives and Foodstuffs supermarket...

  • Election results close to forecasts

    Election results close to forecasts

    Horizon’s final pre-election poll indicated National’s probable share of definite voters would be 32.6% of the 18+population or 1.06 million votes. Preliminary results from yesterday’s general election give National 957,769 votes, or 29.2% of the total 18+ population and 47.99% of...

  • MMP: 50% say keep it

    MMP: 50% say keep it

    56% of votes cast in this weekend's referendum will be to keep the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) system. Overall, 50% will vote for it, 39.8% against, while 10.1% say they won’t vote on this question in the booths on Saturday, according to a RadioLIVE-HorizonPoll covering 2,701 adults. 56%...

  • Six-way contest for Maori vote, Labour preferred as coalition leader

    Six-way contest for Maori vote, Labour preferred as coalition leader

    Results of a poll conducted by the specialist Horizon Research Maori Panel finds a six-way contest now occurring for Maori votes. In contrast with a mainly two-party Labour and Maori Party contest in 2008, there is now a six-way contest occurring for party votes among Labour, Maori, Mana, NZ First,...

  • NZ First 10% and set to hold balance of power

    NZ First 10% and set to hold balance of power

    An HorizonPoll shows New Zealand First making significant gains in the past week. New Zealand First now has 10.5% of people 18+ who have decided their party vote, or are undecided but indicate a preference and who are registered and are “definitely” going to vote. In the past week New...

  • Six out of 100 will decide party vote in polling booth

    Six out of 100 will decide party vote in polling booth

    A RadioLIVE-HorizonPoll finds four of out 10 people aged 18+ have yet to make a final decision on which party to vote for in the November 26 general election – and 5.8% will leave it until they are actually in the polling booth. The last weeks of the campaign could be significant. If there is...

  • Support for lifting retirement age, close call on KiwiSaver policies

    Support for lifting retirement age, close call on KiwiSaver policies

    More New Zealanders support raising the age of eligibility for NZ Super from 65 to 67 years old than oppose. However, it is a close call when people are asked which of the main parties' KiwiSaver policies they support and whether or not the country should borrow to restart contributions to the New...

  • Leaders' debate final result: Goff wins by 7.4%

    Leaders' debate final result: Goff wins by 7.4%

    Labour leader Phil Goff won the first major televised debate with John Key by 7.4%. Mr Goff scores 41%, Mr Key 33.6% in a nationwide poll of New Zealanders who were asked who won the debate. The RadioLIVE-HorizonPoll survey of 534 debate viewers, taken on the day after the debate, is weighted by...

  • Interim: Goff leads debate winner poll

    Interim: Goff leads debate winner poll

    Labour leader Phil Goff is 7.4% ahead of National’s John Key in a new nationwide poll asking New Zealanders who won last night’s televised leaders’ debate. Mr Goff scores 39.1%, Mr Key 31.7% when people are asked who won the October 31 debate on TV One. The RadioLIVE-HorizonPoll...

  • The Rugby World Cup and Kiwis’ emotions

    The Rugby World Cup and Kiwis’ emotions

    The first post Rugby World Cup research on how the event affected New Zealanders shows an overwhelming 84.8% think it was good for New Zealand. And 63% said for them and their household it was fun. 51.6% say it caused excitement, 38% that is was good for their community and 25% say it brought them...

  • Don’t know voters and minor parties will determine who governs

    Don’t know voters and minor parties will determine who governs

    New Zealand is currently heading for a close election result. Which main party will have an opportunity to form the next Government may depend on the New Zealand First and the Mana parties, and who 6.9% of undecided voters support. An October 19-21 RadioLIVE-Horizon poll of 2,200 registered...

  • New Zealanders judge Rena wreck management as poor

    New Zealanders judge Rena wreck management as poor

    65% of New Zealanders feel more could have been done earlier to avoid the loss of fuel from the wreck of the container ship Rena and resulting pollution. New Zealanders are also giving the Government, Prime Minister, the Transport Minister and Tauranga-Bay of Plenty National MPs poor performance...

  • Business decision makers approve Government's performance

    Business decision makers approve Government's performance

    Business leaders are more likely to postively rate the government than general voters. A Horizon Research poll, a conducted between September 12-30, shows the National-led government’s overall performance met the expectations of 51.8% of the country’s business decision makers, The...

  • HorizonPoll: Minor parties may decide who governs

    HorizonPoll: Minor parties may decide who governs

    National’s support is up 2.2% and 79% think it is most likely to lead the next government. However, the latest Horizon Research poll of 2,295 registered and intending voters nationwide shows National does not have enough support to govern alone – and will rely on the minor parties for a...

  • 78% backing for drug tests at work

    78% backing for drug tests at work

    New Zealanders overwhelmingly believe employers should have the right to drug-test employees. A Horizon Research poll of 2266 adults aged 18 and over, commissioned by labour hire company Allied Workforce, comes as the Government considers a proposal by the Rebstock Welfare Working Group to penalise...

  • Facebook New Zealand’s top social media site

    Facebook New Zealand’s top social media site

    Facebook is winning the battle for social media site users in New Zealand. Facebook is being visited by 76.1% of web users aged 18+. This indicates more than 2.43 million adult New Zealanders are visiting Facebook in any 30 day period. Facebook is followed by U Tube with 61.6%, according to a...

  • Less than 1% separates potential coalitions

    Less than 1% separates potential coalitions

    The two potential coalitions which could govern New Zealand after November's general election are less than 1% apart. The latest HorizonPoll of 1201 people on Friday (July 22) finds the current governing coalition (National, Act, Maori Party, United Future) would secure 44.4%. A Labour, Green, New...

  • Maori post election government preferences

    Maori post election government preferences

    Maori most want the Mana and Maori parties, if they have seats in Parliament after the election, not to enter a National cabinet. They prefer them to join a Labour cabinet, or support a government on an issue by issue basis, according to a specialist Horizon Research Maori Panel survey of 481 Maori...

  • Budget unlikely to change KiwiSaver savings levels

    Budget unlikely to change KiwiSaver savings levels

    Research commissioned by the Investment Savings and Insurance Association (ISI) shows that while few New Zealanders support the KiwiSaver changes announced in the Budget, most are likely to remain committed to the scheme. Not surprisingly, the HorizonPoll survey found that 75% of those surveyed...

  • Slight support fall for National in post-Budget poll

    Slight support fall for National in post-Budget poll

    National has lost 1.1% party vote support in the four days since the Government presented its Budget. A post-Budget HorizonPoll covering 1,758 respondents nationwide shows the potential centre left and centre right coalitions neck and neck. The currently governing National-Act-Maori Party-United...

  • 40%+ of middle income households plan to cut spending

    40%+ of middle income households plan to cut spending

    The intention to cut back spending after the Budget is highest among middle-income New Zealand households. HorizonPoll post-Budget research finds 35% of households say they will spend less as a result of the Budget. It particularly affects spending intentions among middle income households. 44.2%...

  • 59% back borrowing to fund Canterbury quake recovery

    59% back borrowing to fund Canterbury quake recovery

    A nationwide post-Budget HorizonPoll finds 59.4% support extra Government borrowing to help fund Canterbury’s earthquake recovery. The Government says the Canterbury earthquakes will cost the Government an extra $5.5 billion over several years. This is on top of costs being met by the...

  • Budget forecasts unrealistic, households feel worse off

    Budget forecasts unrealistic, households feel worse off

    The economic growth forecasts which underpin this week’s Budget are seen as unrealistic by 49% of New Zealanders. The first nationwide post-Budget HorizonPoll of 1,154 people, conducted between 11.5am Friday May 20 and 6.30am Saturday May 21 (maximum margin of error at a 95% confidence level...

  • Act breaks through 5% support threshold

    Act breaks through 5% support threshold

    The Act Party now has 5.3% voter support. A new HorizonPoll conducted between Thursday and Friday shows Act is up from 3.7% in April after making Don Brash its leader. The first result for the new Mana Party shows it has 2.3% party vote support nationwide, ahead of the Maori Party on 2.1%. Mana is...

  • New Mana Party splits Maori Party support

    New Mana Party splits Maori Party support

    The new Mana Party could split Maori voting, allowing Labour to edge out the Maori Party in both electorate and party vote contests. A May 3 to 7 poll of 517 Maori nationwide by Horizon Research finds the Mana Party could win 12.6% of electorate and 15.1% of party votes cast by Maori nationwide....

  • Party vote: 3.7% gap between competing coalitions

    Party vote: 3.7% gap between competing coalitions

    National has shed a lift in support it enjoyed following the February 22 Canterbury earthquakes. A nationwide HorizonPoll survey of registered voters, who intend to turn out at this year’s general election, and who have made up their minds or indicate a party they prefer, shows National down...

  • More believe economy will decline this year

    More believe economy will decline this year

    A majority of business people think the economy will decline this year, according to a new HorizonPoll. More than 50% of business proprietors, managers and executives think the economy will decline this year. By party vote, those who most expect an economic decline voted National and ACT in 2008....

  • Poll reveals scale of Canterbury's post quake employment issues

    Poll reveals scale of Canterbury's post quake employment issues

    Up to half a million workers are prepared to go to Christchurch if there’s a guaranteed job, the money’s right and they are given a place to stay. That’s the finding of an Allied Work Force-HorizonPoll conducted between March 12 and 15, 2011. Mike Huddleston, AWF’s chief...

  • New Zealanders not confident Government has adequate economic plans

    New Zealanders not confident Government has adequate economic plans

    The Government suffers a series of poor economic management and policy confidence results in a new HorizonPoll nationwide survey. New Zealanders, by large majorities, are not confident the Government has adequate plans to reduce unemployment, achieve economic growth, increase household incomes, and...

  • Only 11% of Maori find foreshore and seabed solution acceptable

    Only 11% of Maori find foreshore and seabed solution acceptable

    First results from a new nationwide specialist Maori research service show only 11% of Maori think the current foreshore and seabed policy solution is acceptable. A nationwide poll of 1021 Maori by the Horizon Research Maori Panel, conducted between Tuesday and Thursday (March 7-10) finds 72.1% of...

  • Who Kiwis most trust and distrust

    Who Kiwis most trust and distrust

    A major Mood of The Nation HorizonPoll for the Sunday Star Times finds Kiwis least trust finance companies - and most trust ambulance officers. The top most distrusted are finance companies (55.5%), telemarketers (54.2%), used car sales people (51.1%) and Members of Parliament (49.4%). Most trusted...

  • People feel worse off, locking wallets in 2011

    People feel worse off, locking wallets in 2011

    New-found austerity is revealed in an HorizonPoll survey commissioned by the Sunday Star-Times. The HorizonPoll, covering 2055 respondents between January 7 and 13, 2011, finds many are worrying over their personal finances and job prospects: 41.5% say their household’s financial position is...

  • Potential vote: detailed results

    Potential vote: detailed results

    HORIZONPOLL: The Political Year Ahead The detailed results for potential party votes are available as an Excel file. Download Report in Excel Format...

  • Sunday Star Times-HorizonPoll shows election close call

    Sunday Star Times-HorizonPoll shows election close call

    This year's general election could result in a close call, according to a major new Sunday Star Times-HorizonPoll. The Sunday Star Times reports results this morning saying: Kiwis expect John Key's National Party to romp to victory in this year's election, but Labour still has a chance of leading a...

  • Auditor General inquiry into Wong spending wanted by 67%

    Auditor General inquiry into Wong spending wanted by 67%

    New Zealanders think the main reason National MP Pansy Wong resigned was because there is information on the issue which, if published, would have made it impossible for her to continue in Parliament. 40.7% cite this as the reason they believed she resigned, while 34.3% think it is for one of the...

  • New Zealand First may decide who governs

    New Zealand First may decide who governs

    New Zealand First now has enough support to decide which of the main two parties governs after next year’s general election. The Winston Peters-led party now has 6% support among people who say they will vote, according to the latest nationwide HorizonPoll, covering 1,833 intending voters....

  • More than half say they are worse off after major tax reform

    More than half say they are worse off after major tax reform

    Only 8.4% say they feel better off as a result of October’s major tax reforms. Some 53.5% say they are worse off after tax cuts and rises in benefits and GST. Some 35.6% say they are neither better nor worse off, according to a nationwide HorizonPoll survey of 1,558 people conducted between...

  • Final exit poll indicates Brown will be super city Mayor

    Final exit poll indicates Brown will be super city Mayor

    A final HorizonPoll survey indicates Len Brown will comfortably win the Auckland super city Mayoralty. Mr Brown has 53.7% support among those who have cast votes. John Banks has 23.8%, Colin Craig 10.4%, others 6.4% and 4.6% will not say who they have voted for. The sample size is 432. Respondents...

  • Banks failing to carry National vote, Auckland and business

    Banks failing to carry National vote, Auckland and business

    The latest HorizonPoll tracking survey finds Len Brown continuing to gain over John Banks in the Auckland super city Mayoralty race. Among those who have already voted, Brown’s lead over Banks has increased from 27% to a 32%, and he leads Banks by 40% to 18% among those who have yet to vote...

  • More detail: HorizonPoll Canterbury quake impact survey

    More detail: HorizonPoll Canterbury quake impact survey

    Here is more deail from the survey of the people of Canterbury on how they're managing the impact of the September 4 and after -shock earthquakes. HorizonPoll survey of 378 residents of Christchurch City and Waimakariri and Ashburton district council areas, September 23-26, 2010. Weighted by age,...

  • Exit poll puts Brown well ahead of Banks

    Exit poll puts Brown well ahead of Banks

    Auckland Mayoral candidate Len Brown has a strong lead over rival John Banks in the first HorizonPoll survey of those who have so far voted in the first super city elections. The weighted survey of 570 city voters, conducted on Thursday and Friday (September 23-24), shows 49% of those who’ve...

  • What you're saying about the super city Mayoral candidates!

    What you're saying about the super city Mayoral candidates!

    Here are HorizonPoll voters' comments on leading Auckland super city Mayoral candidates John Banks and Len Brown, after voting 29% to 17% for Brown over Banks. Some 37% were undecided, according to the August 24- September 16 weighted survey covering 1025 respondents. It also shows Banks is making...

  • Brown beating Banks in race for Aucklanders' hearts

    Brown beating Banks in race for Aucklanders' hearts

    Aucklanders are more likely to have positive feelings about Mayoral candidate Len Brown than his main rival John Banks, according to the first research probing super city voters’ feelings. Brown leads Banks by 12% among decided voters in the latest HorizonPoll survey of 1025 super city...

  • Brown stretches lead over Banks - but 37% still undecided

    Brown stretches lead over Banks - but 37% still undecided

    Len Brown is now polling 13% ahead of John Banks in the Auckland super city mayoralty contest. With 980 super city voters (August 23-September 3, 2010) having now completed the survey, Brown has 30% of decided voters, Banks 17%. 37% of voters, however, remain undecided and 8% say they won’t...

  • Brown opens 9% lead over Banks among decided voters

    Brown opens 9% lead over Banks among decided voters

    Len Brown is polling 9% ahead of John Banks in the race for the Auckland super city mayoralty. An HorizonPoll survey of 500 super city voters (August 23-26, 2010) shows Brown has 28% of decided voters, Banks 19%. Some 36% of voters are undecided, 9% say they won’t vote for any of the 23...

  • Whopping 92% say Kiwis need to save more

    Whopping 92% say Kiwis need to save more

    Kiwis know they need to save more. In a current HorizonPoll on compulsory savings policy options, a whopping 92% so far are saying that generally there is a need for New Zealanders to save more . Only 4% disagree and 4% don’t know. After 300 responses (margin of error +/- 5.7%), it's too...

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