February 07, 2013
Labour Still Popular Among Māori Voters
The Māori Party may be feeling threatened by new polls out this week showing Labour is still the preferred political party for Māori.
A Digipoll for TV ONE's Te Karere of 1000 Māori voters on both the Māori and General rolls, 34 percent would vote for Labour, 28 percent for the Māori Party and 9 percent National.
The Greens got 8 percent support and New Zealand First and Mana 6 percent each.
However, two thirds of those polled did not know Labour’s leader was David Shearer.
The poll had a margin of error of 3.1 percent.
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