The initial results of the Right to Life candidate survey on pro-life issues are available here.
As expected, both the Family Party and Kiwi Party candidate responses are a sea of green and yellow (pro-life positions).
The response from the major parties was very poor, with only 4 from National, 5 from Labour and 3 from Green, so it is hard to know how representative these are. But if we assume they are representative, the other parties in order from pro-life to pro-death(?) are something like:
- United Future
Alan Liefting of the Green party is the only candidate to have a full line of red dots as his answers – I have talked to Alan a bit in the past at university and this doesn’t surprise me at all. We must get rid of the Green party.
It is interesting that National looks better than United Future on a cursory glance, but there are few responses to judge them by. This does confirm why the Family Party will find it much easier to work with National than with Labour.
Hat tip: Right to Life New Zealand