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Key Drives Worm High And Low

Prime Minister John Key explaining the resignation of Justice Minister Judith Collins received wide agreement from those taking part in last week’s Roy Morgan Reactor.

However they did not agree with Key saying voters did not care about the implications of the “Dirty Politics” allegations.

To see the results go to - High and Lows of week ending Sept 5

Meanwhile those watching the minor leader debate initially responded poorly to Colin Craig, but then seemed to warm to him a bit. Those taking part were more in agreement with Russel Norman and women in particular liked him.

To see the results go to: Minor Leaders Debate

This week the Reactor is measuring reactions to National’s tax cuts and other events this week.

To take part go to: Reactor ending Sept 12


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