In the final segment of the Native Affairs Kōwhiri 14 - Te Tai Hauāuru electorate debate, more results of the Māori Television Reid Research polls are revealed.
Joining Mihingarangi Forbes in studio from the Māori Party is Chris McKenzie, Jack Tautokai McDonald from the Greens, representing Labour will be Adrian Rurawhe and from the MANA Movement Jordan Winiata.
Billie Jo Hohepa-Ropiha also takes us back on her journey through Te Tai Hauāuru to Porirua and asks candidates what they are going to do to get more Māori to care about voting?
The final set of Māori Television Reid Research poll results also reveal the leading candidate and leading party in the rohe.
We asked the voters of Te Tai Hauāuru which of the candidates who are standing would you vote for?
Jack McDonald received 11%, Chris McKenzie is leading with 32% and Adrian Rurawhe is right behind him on 29%.
10% said they would vote for Jordan Winiata, while a whopping 18% say they don’t know, none of these, or would not vote.
We also asked which Political Party would you vote for with your party vote?
Labour received 36% and National are on 12% followed closely by the Green Party on 11%, while 23% say they would vote for the Māori Party.
NZ First sits on 7% and the Internet-MANA Party are on 11%.