- Dominion post (Newspaper)
Shows Labour Party leader Andrew Little driving a car with exhaust smoke spelling out 31%. In the background other figures include: New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters as a jockey on a horse; Green Party leader Metiria Turei on a two-person bicycle (but with a vacant seat indicating the recent resignation of co-leader Russel Norman); and Bill English saying "It's a screw loose!" while looking under the bonnet of a National Party car driven by Prime Minister John Key. Refers to the release of results in a Roy Morgan Poll putting National down 2.5% and Labour up to 31%.
Published in the Dominion Post 23 March 2015.
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