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Jacinda Ardern's Labour landslide

17 October 2020

9:39 PM

17 October 2020

9:39 PM

Jacinda Ardern’s Labour party has won re-election in a landslide. Her government improved its vote-share by around 12 per cent from the last election in 2017, its best result since 1938.

New Zealand’s political system is proportional, allowing minor parties garnering more than 5 per cent of the vote to enter Parliament.

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