Polls results

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                        32 POLLS - 1 MESSAGE > NO

         Maori wards / seats
* 83% — NO to Maori wards: New Plymouth District Council May 2015

* 80% — NO to Maori wards: Waikato District Council, April 2012.

* 80% — NO to Maori wards: Hauraki District Council, May, 2013

* 80% -- NO to Maori wards: Kaikoura District Council referendum, May 2018

* 79% — NO to Maori seats (CAP submitters)

* 79% — NO to Maori wards: Nelson District Council, May 2012.

* 78% -- NO to Maori wards: WBOP District Council referendum, May 2018

* 77% -- NO to Maori wards: Manawatu District Council referendum, May 2018

* 72% -- NO to Maori wards: Napier Council, October 2017

* 70% — NO to Maori seats in Parliament (Sunday Star-Times poll 2013)

* 69% -- NO to Maori wards: Palmerston North City Council referendum, May 2018

* 68% — NO to Maori wards: Far North District Council March 2015. 
                                                                                                   (pop: 44% Maori) 

* 56% -- NO to Maori wards: Whakatane District Council referendum, May 2018
                                                                                                    (pop: 43% Maori)

* 52% — NO to Maori seats, Wairoa District Council, May 2012 (pop: 46% Maori)


         Maori Language
* 82% — NO to compulsory Maori in schools (yahoo Xtra poll)

* 79% — NO to compulsory te reo (NZ Herald online poll)

* 76% -- NO to compulsory te reo in our schools (Mike Hosking Breakfast Dec 2017                                                                                                                3.5k votes)

* 69% -- NO to compulsory te reo (Rodney Times online poll Feb 2017)


         Miscellaneous 
* 91% — NO to unequal ethnicity treatment (Auckland Researchers, July 2017)

* 85% — NO to Maori housing: Bay of Plenty Times 2013)

* 81% — NO to ‘Maori are special’ (Close Up poll 2011)

* 81% — NO to Maori names for North Island, South Island (Stuff poll 2/4/13)

* 79% — NO to Maori special voice: Rotorua (Rotorua Daily Post 9/5/14)

* 77% — NO to ‘h’: Wanganui (Referendum 2009)

* 77% — NO to national holiday commemorating Land Wars (Gisborne Herald, Dec                                                                                                                             2015)

* 72% -- NO to dual names for Poverty Bay (Gisborne Herald Feb 2018)

* 70% -- NO to Tairawhiti to be officially recognised as a name for Gisborne District                                                                                      (Gisborne Herald, March 2018)

* 69% -- NO to Ngati Porou co-mgmt Waiapu catchmnt (Gisborne Herald 2/10/15)
                                                                                                    (pop: 45% Maori )

* 69% — NO to tax exemptions for tribal business (Auckland Researchers, July 2017)

* 62% -- NO to Poverty Bay name change (Gisborne Herald March 2017)
                                                 suggested name of Turanga a Kiwa only polled 24%

* 58% — NO to tribal claims to our coastline (Auckland Researchers, July 2017)

* 54% — NO to tribal appointees voting on local Govt committees (Auckland                                                                                                           Researchers, July 2017)