Which political party should i vote for?


  • slighty increased tax, mainly taxing higher incomes
  • lower student/teacher ratios
  • shorter health waiting lists


  • slighty less tax, but flatter tax
  • longer health waiting lists,
  • higher student/teacher ratios


a center left party, representing workers and poorer families for the most part. Has lost alot of popularity since Helen Clarke left. Lost popularlity has mainly benefited the greens. Pro mining for jobs. 


Who should i vote for?


The larger center right party mainly representing farmers, higher earners and business owners. Fairly centerist policies. Pro mininig for the economic benefits.


Left wing party primarily focusing on environmental rights, healthy homes, students, and unemployed rights. Has increased proportiona representation over recent years mainly at a cost to Labour. A likely Labour coallition partner, but not always. Against mining. 


Maori Party

Conservative established Maori vote. Seems to be that Labour is the main competitor for the Maori vote, so given recent coallitions, the Maori party ends up being like the National Maori Party. 

NZ First

Centerist conservative party, fairly conservative policies representing retirees mainly. On the left here only because there was some space... lol... 



Right wing party representing higher income earners and minimising government intervention. Likely coallition partner. May not get enough votes to get into parliament this year. 

Internet Mana

Representing disenfranchised maori and coat tailing Hone Harawira seat funded by Kim dot com. Focus on very low wage earners or unemployed people. May not get enough votes to get into parliament this year if Hone doesn't get in

United Future

Mainly a vote for Peter Dunn for local MP in wellington. Fairly liberal policies, tends to be National coallition partner. 

The Opportunities Party

Gareth Morgan



Sort of like a new winston peters with a young fella driving it with lots of cash. Targeting conservative and christian oriented vote. 

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