Labour continues to shine in Queenstown, Wanaka and Cromwell Crux polls
The Crux polls of voters in Queenstown, Wanaka and Cromwell continue to indicate a very strong showing for both Labour as a party and for the two Labour candidates, although the race between Jon Mitchell (Labour) and Joseph Mooney (National) in Queenstown is very close.
Our poll of local Queenstown voters - not the entire Southland electorate - sees Jon Mitchell on 42.33% and Joseph Mooney on 39.36%. Joel Rowlands of the TOP party is third on 11.88% in our poll, followed by the Green's David Kennedy (3.96%).
In Queenstown the Party Vote results see Labour even further ahead on 36.10%, National 27.56%, TOP 12.93%, ACT 10.24%, Greens 10.49%.
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Here's the latest Queenstown poll numbers:
In Wanaka and Cromwell, both part of the larger Waitaki electorate, Labour appears to be doing even better. As a party, Labour is on 44.16%, National 25.11%, Greens 9.96%, ACT 9.25%, TOP 9.09%.
Labour's 21 year old candidate Liam Wairepo is on 51.75%, National's Jacqui Dean 35.09% with Independent candidate Daniel Shand on 6.58% ahead of the Greens Sampsa Kiuru on 5.26%.