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2011 Final Election Results

2011 Final Election Results

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2011 Election Results Analysis © David Farrar, david@farrar.com 
2011 NEW ZEALAND GENERAL ELECTIONANALYSIS OF RESULTS BY ELECTORATE,AREA AND REGIONDECEMBER 2011
 
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2011 Election Results Analysis © David Farrar, david@farrar.com 
CONTENTS
 
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2011 Election Results Analysis © David Farrar, david@farrar.com 
INTRODUCTION
This document shows results for National, Labour, Greens, NZ First, Conservatives, Maori Party, Mana Partyand ACT for the country, by region and area and for each of the 70 electorates. Generally each page has
the electorates ranked in order from “best” to “wors
t
” for 
that particular criterion.Electorates have been grouped into the five National Party
Regions (plus a “Maori” Region)
and also havebeen grouped into Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Provincial, and Rural areas so results can becompared for these groupings.Parties have also been grouped together for bloc analysis. The following definitions have been used:R = Right = National + ACT + United FutureC = Centre = Conservatives + Maori PartyL = Left = Labour + Greens + NZ First + Mana (+ Progressive for 2008)R
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L = Gap between votes for the right and the left partiesRight parties are those who committed to a National-led Government.Centre parties are those who said they could support either National or Labour, and were not ruled out beeither.Left parties are those who generally would not support a National-led Government.Note different definitions were used in my 2008 analysis, based on the different stances at the time. Howeverin this document the above definitions have been used for both 2011 and 2008 so that any comparisons arevalid.Inquiries or requests for further information are welcome.David Farrar
11 December 2011

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