Meanwhile, voters doubted the opposition Labour Party's ability to govern effectively in an alternative coalition to that of the National-led government. Labour's policies were too many. In various ways, they would have chipped away at inequality, but lacked a coherent narrative and presentation. This book confirms that Labour's proposal to increase the age for receipt of New Zealand superannuation gained Labour no new votes.
Hopes that the 'missing million' people who failed to turn out to vote in 2011 would vote in 2014 and give an advantage to the left were unfulfilled. A comprehensive study of the 2014 election, this book provides a detailed account of all these findings, and a host of others.
Featured in the 21 August 2017 New Zealand / Pasifika Newsletter.
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Publication date: 2017-08
Subjects: Non-fiction, Humanities, History, Politics, New Zealand, NZ History, NZ Politics, Published in Australia