NZ Government Confidence (2007-2017)

New Zealand Heading in the "Right" or "Wrong" Direction?

Electors were asked: “Generally speaking, do you feel that things in NZ are heading in the right direction or would you say things are seriously heading in the wrong direction?” #Roy Morgan GCR = Roy Morgan Government Confidence Rating (The Roy Morgan GCR is 100 plus the difference between the percentage of Kiwis who say the country is “heading in the right direction” and the percentage who say the country is “seriously heading in the wrong direction”).


Right direction Wrong direction NZ Roy Morgan GCR* Can't say Total

% % Pts % %
2017




October 30 - November 12, 2017 66.5 20 146.5 13.5 100
New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters decides to support Jacinda Ardern for Prime Minister - October 19, 2017
October 2-15, 2017 58.5 27.5 131 14 100
New Zealand Election results in a hung Parliament with an uncertain result - September 23, 2017
August 28 - September 10, 2017 62 25 137 13 100
July 31 - August 13, 2017 62.5 23.5 139 14 100
June 26 - July 9, 2017 63 23.5 139.5 13.5 100
May 29 - June 11, 2017 61.5 27 134.5 11.5 100
May 1-14, 2017 60.5 27 133.5 12.5 100
April 3-16, 2017 58 29 129 13 100
February 27 - March 12, 2017 61.5 25.5 136 13 100
January 30 - February 12, 2017 63.5 23.5 140 13 100
January 3-16, 2017 63 23 140 14 100
2016




November 28 - December 11, 2016 58.5 27.5 131 14 100
November 7-20, 2016 65 24 141 11 100
October 10-23, 2016 55.5 29 126.5 15.5 100
September 5-18, 2016 52 35 117 13 100
August 8-21, 2016 58 30.5 127.5 11.5 100
July 4-17, 2016 57.5 30.5 127 12 100
May 30 - June 12, 2016 54.5 34 120.5 11.5 100
May 2-15, 2016 59 29 130 12 100
April 4-17, 2016 57.5 30.5 127 12 100
February 29 - March 13, 2016 61 29 132 10 100
February 1-14, 2016 56.5 28.5 128 15 100
January 4-17, 2016 59.5 28 131.5 12.5 100
2015




October 26 - November 8, 2015 60 28.5 131.5 11.5 100
September 28 - October 11, 2015 53 31 122 16 100
August 31 - September 13, 2015 58 29.5 128.5 12.5 100
August 3-16, 2015 54 34 120 12 100
June 29 - July 12, 2015 51 33 118 16 100
June 8-21, 2015 62.5 27 135.5 10.5 100
May 4-17, 2015 63 26.5 136.5 11 100
April 6-19, 2015 62 27 135 11 100
March 2-15, 2015 64.5 24 140.5 11.5 100
February 2-15, 2015 55 31 124 14 100
January 5-18, 2015 67 23 144 10 100
2014




November 24 - December 7, 2014 62.5 24.5 138 13 100
Andrew Little is elected the new Labour Leader after narrowly winning a ballot - November 18, 2014
October 27-November 9, 2014 56 30 126 14 100
September 29 - October 12, 2014 61.5 24.5 137 14 100
John Key of National is re-elected as Prime Minister at the 2014 NZ Election - September 20, 2014
September 1-14, 2014 62 24 138 14 100
August 18-31, 2014 61 25 136 14 100
August 4-17, 2014 63.5 24.5 139 12 100
July 14-27, 2014 60 25 135 15 100
June 30-July 13, 2014 65.5 23 142.5 11.5 100
June 16-29, 2014 65 23.5 141.5 11.5 100
June 2-15, 2014 63.5 24 139.5 12.5 100
May 19-June 1, 2014 64.5 24 140.5 11.5 100
May 5-18, 2014 60 28 132 12 100
April 21 - May 4, 2014 62 26.5 135.5 11.5 100
March 31 - April 13, 2014 65 22 143 13 100
March 17-30, 2014 61 28 133 11 100
March 3-16, 2014 61 25.5 135.5 13.5 100
February 17 - March 2, 2014 65 23.5 141.5 11.5 100
February 3-16, 2014 63.5 23.5 140 13 100
January 25 - February 2, 2014 63.5 24.5 139 12 100
January 6-19, 2014 63 23.5 139.5 13.5 100
2013
November 25 - December 8, 2013 58.5 28.5 130 13 100
November 11-24, 2013 59 29 130 12 100
October 28 - November 10, 2013 61 27.5 133.5 11.5 100
October 14-27, 2013 57.5 28.5 129 14 100
September 30 - October 13, 2013 55 31 124 14 100
September 16-29, 2013 59 29.5 129.5 11.5 100
David Cunliffe becomes the new leader of the Opposition Labour Party taking over from David Shearer
August 26 - September 8, 2013 52.5 35.5 117 12 100
August 12-25, 2013 58 30.5 127.5 11.5 100
July 29-August 11, 2013 58 30 128 12 100
July 15-28, 2013 58.5 30 128.5 11.5 100
July 1-14, 2013 58 29.5 128.5 12.5 100
June 17-30, 2013 57 32 125 11 100
June 3-16, 2013 54 33.5 120.5 12.5 100
May 13-26, 2013 55.5 32.5 123 12 100
April 29 - May 12, 2013 56.5 30.5 126 13 100
April 15-28, 2013 54.5 34 120.5 11.5 100
April 1-14, 2013 51.5 35.5 116 13 100
March 11-24, 2013 53.5 34 119.5 12.5 100
February 25 - March 10, 2013 51.5 37.5 114 11 100
February 11-24, 2013 54 32.5 121.5 13.5 100
January 28 - February 10, 2013 55 30.5 124.5 14.5 100
January 14-27, 2013 57 30.5 126.5 12.5 100
January 2-13, 2013 53.5 33.5 120 13 100
2012
November 26 - December 9, 2012 53 34 119 13 100
November 12-25, 2012 48.5 37.5 111 14 100
October 29 - November 11, 2012 51.5 34 117.5 14.5 100
October 8-21, 2012 49 39 110 12 100
September 24 - October 7, 2012 44 38 106 18 100
September 10-23, 2012 47.5 37.5 110 15 100
August 27 - September 9, 2012 51 34.5 116.5 14.5 100
August 13-26, 2012 49.5 34.5 115 16 100
July 23 - August 5, 2012 49 34.5 114.5 16.5 100
July 9-22, 2012 50 36.5 113.5 13.5 100
June 25 - July 8, 2012 51.5 34 117.5 14.5 100
June 8-24, 2012 52 34.5 117.5 13.5 100
May 28 - June 7, 2012 48 37.5 110.5 14.5 100
May 14-27, 2012 49 38 111 13 100
April 30 - May 13, 2012 51 35.5 115.5 13.5 100
April 16-29, 2012 55 32.5 122.5 12.5 100
April 2-15, 2012 55.5 31 124.5 13.5 100
March 12 - April 1, 2012 53.5 29.5 124 17 100
February 27 - March 11, 2012 52.5 34 118.5 13.5 100
February 13-26, 2012 53.5 32.5 121 14 100
January 30 - February 12, 2012 57 30 127 13 100
January 16-29, 2012 61 28 133 11 100
January 3-15, 2012 60.5 28 132.5 11.5 100
John Key of National is re-elected as Prime Minister at the 2011 NZ Election - November 26, 2011
2011
November 22-24, 2011 49.5 31 118.5 19.5 100
November 7-18, 2011 60.5 24 136.5 15.5 100
October 24 - November 6, 2011 58.5 27.5 131 14 100
October 10-23, 2011 61 24.5 136.5 14.5 100
September 26 - October 9, 2011 62 24.5 137.5 13.5 100
September 12-25, 2011 61.5 24.5 137 14 100
August 29 - September 11, 2011 60 28 132 12 100
August 15-28, 2011 59 27.5 131.5 13.5 100
July 25 - August 7, 2011 57 29 128 14 100
July 11-24, 2011 56.5 29 127.5 14.5 100
June 27 - July 10, 2011 56 29.5 126.5 14.5 100
June 13-26, 2011 53.5 31.5 122 15 100
May 30 - June 12, 2011 55.5 29.5 126 15 100
May 16-29, 2011 55 28 127 17 100
May 2-15, 2011 56.5 30 126.5 13.5 100
April 18 - May 1, 2011 53.5 34.5 119 12 100
April 4-17, 2011 53.5 32.5 121 14 100
March 21 - April 3, 2011 54.5 29.5 125 16 100
February 28 - March 13, 2011 59.5 26 133.5 14.5 100
February 14-27, 2011 49.5 35 114.5 15.5 100
January 31 - February 13, 2011 60 24.5 135.5 15.5 100
January 17-30, 2011 57 27.5 129.5 15.5 100
January 4-16, 2011 59.5 27 132.5 13.5 100
2010
November 29 - December 12, 2010 58.5 27 131.5 14.5 100
November 15-28, 2010 59 27 132 14 100
November 1-14, 2010 63.5 24 139.5 12.5 100
October 18-31, 2010 55 30 125 15 100
October 4-17, 2010 60.5 24 136.5 15.5 100
September 20 - October 3, 2010 61.5 22 139.5 16.5 100
August 30 - September 12, 2010 58 28 130 14 100
August 16-29, 2010 55 28 127 17 100
August 2-15, 2010 58.5 27.5 131 14 100
July 19 - August 1, 2010 57.5 28 129.5 14.5 100
July 5-18, 2010 58 27.5 130.5 14.5 100
June 20 - July 4, 2010 65 21 144 14 100
May 31 - June 13, 2010 60.5 24 136.5 15.5 100
May 17-30, 2010 63.5 26 137.5 10.5 100
May 3-16, 2010 59.5 28.5 131 12 100
April 19 - May 2, 2010 55.5 30 125.5 14.5 100
April 5-18, 2010 61 29 132 10 100
March 22 - April 4, 2010 57 31.5 125.5 11.5 100
March 1-14, 2010 64 27 137 9 100
February 15-28, 2010 65 24.5 140.5 10.5 100
February 1-14, 2010 64 25 139 11 100
January 18-31, 2010 71 20 151 9 100
January 4-17, 2010 68.5 21 147.5 10.5 100
2009
November 30 - December 13, 2009 62.5 26 136.5 11.5 100
November 16-29, 2009 66 22 144 12 100
November 2-15, 2009 64.5 22.5 142 13 100
October 19 - November 1, 2009 66.5 20.5 146 13 100
October 5-18, 2009 67.5 21.5 146 11 100
September 21 - October 4, 2009 72 16.5 155.5 11.5 100
August 31 - September 13, 2009 67.5 24.5 143 8 100
August 17-30, 2009 65.5 22 143.5 12.5 100
August 3-16, 2009 66.5 21.5 145 12 100
July 20 - August 2, 2009 66 18.5 147.5 15.5 100
July 6-19, 2009 66.5 20.5 146 13 100
June 22 - July 5, 2009 63 23 140 14 100
June 1-14, 2009 69 18.5 150.5 12.5 100
May 18-31, 2009 65.5 20 145.5 14.5 100
May 4-17, 2009 67.5 19.5 148 13 100
April 20 - May 3, 2009 66.5 20 146.5 13.5 100
April 6-19, 2009 68.5 17 151.5 14.5 100
March 23 - April 5, 2009 65 22 143 13 100
March 2-15, 2009 67.5 20 147.5 12.5 100
February 16 - March 1, 2009 69 18.5 150.5 12.5 100
February 2-15, 2009 63.5 20.5 143 16 100
January 19 - February 1, 2009 65 50 145 15 100
January 2-18, 2009 67 19 148 14 100
2008
December 1-14, 2008 63 20 143 17 100
November 17-30, 2008 66 19 147 15 100
November 3-16, 2008 54 31 123 15 100
John Key of National becomes the new Prime Minister after winning the 2008 NZ Election - November 8, 2008
October 20 - November 2, 2008 51.5 35 116.5 13.5 100
October 6-19, 2008 53 34.5 118.5 12.5 100
September 22 - October 5, 2008 48 39.5 108.5 12.5 100
September 1-14, 2008 44 41 103 15 100
August 18-31, 2008 50.5 35.5 115 14 100
July 28 - August 10, 2008 44.5 41 103.5 14.5 100
July 14-27, 2008 38.5 47 91.5 14.5 100
June 30 - July 13, 2008 36.5 49.5 87 14 100
June 16-29, 2008 37 49 88 14 100
June 2-15, 2008 42.5 40.5 102 17 100
May 19 - June 1, 2008 38 44.5 93.5 17.5 100
May 5-18, 2008 38 44.5 93.5 17.5 100
April 21 - May 4, 2008 44.5 40 104.5 15.5 100
March 24 - April 6, 2008 47.5 37.5 110 15 100
March 3-16, 2008 45.5 37.5 108 17 100
February 18 - March 2, 2008 52.5 34 118.5 13.5 100
February 4-17, 2008 47 41 106 12 100
January 21 - February 3, 2008 46 38.5 107.5 15.5 100
January 3-20, 2008 46.5 39 107.5 14.5 100
2007
November 26 - December 9, 2007 47.5 38 109.5 14.5 100
November 12-25, 2007 47 37 110 16 100
October 29 - November 11, 2007 43.5 37.5 106 19 100
October 15-28, 2007 50.5 33 117.5 16.5 100
October 1-14, 2007 53 32 121 15 100
September 17-30, 2007 49.5 34.5 115 16 100
September 3-16, 2007 54 32.5 121.5 13.5 100
August 20 - September 2, 2007 51.5 35.5 116 13 100
Labour Government (Prime Minister Helen Clark v John Key). November 2006 - November 2008