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The Best Election-Eve Analysis is at keepleftnz

16 September 2005

The Best Election-Eve Analysis is at keepleftnz.org

Keep Left

The creators of www.keepleftnz.org have outdone even themselves with their last minute 2005 election analysis, said the creators of www.keepleftnz.org today.

“We’ve got graphics of parliament, we got coalition scenarios, we’ve got the lot. Hell, we’ve even got a soon-to-be-patented nine-scenario election ready reckoner table. And we’re the only outlet with an internal party polling revelation on the eve of the election” enthused Ringo, adding “but we couldn’t get Nigel Roberts – he’s too expensive.”

“This is the kind of industry-leading analysis that won us the ‘Best Political Website Ever’ award a few weeks back” said Paul.

Also new today on keepleftnz.org is an updated poll of polls, a new poll of poll of polls, and their lengthiest campaign video to date.

“I love our poll of poll of polls. Nobody – not even the pretenders over at Molesworth – had the foresight to aggregate polls at the second level like we have, and so by the power of averaging we simply must be right” said John.

Added George: “And the Listener was right when it said ‘KeepLeftNZ…: that’s gold’ – every time I see our new campaign video, it feels like the first time all over again. Gold!”

Keepleftnz’s news bureau ends with a moving open letter from a brave but frightened Yoko.

“Words cannot express my complex array of thoughts and emotions at this time; except, of course, the words in my open letter that I published on our website” she said.

Finally, as a public service announcement, keepleftnz.org advises that it will not post web pages on Saturday 17 September lest such posting undermine the democratic process in New Zealand.


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