Roy Morgan result excludes Cannabis Party
MEDIA RELEASE - 23/3/14
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party could already be on 1% of
the vote according to the latest Roy Morgan poll.
ALCP leader Julian Crawford said it was disappointing to be
lumped into the 'Others' section of the results.
like to see a detailed breakdown of the 'Others' results
because we believe much of that support could be going to
ALCP," Mr Crawford said.
"I find it hard to believe that
Social Credit, Alliance or FocusNZ contribute significantly
to that figure."
ALCP has asked Roy Morgan Research to
include the ALCP as a stand alone party in future
Especially since the results showed other parties
individually, even if they were on 0%.
ALCP has been
registered since 1996 and has serious Parliamentary
ambitions, Mr Crawford said.
"We are disappointed to see
this bias against our party but we shall continue to fight
for equal rights for all New Zealanders."
Poll Results: http://public.tableausoftware.com/profile/#!/vizhome/NewZealandPrimaryVote2002-2014/NZVotingIntention
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