2002 General Election Split Voting Statistics
This spreadsheet shows (1) the total votes received for each party contesting the party list seats, and (2) how voters for each party split their candidate votes across the candidates contesting the electorate seat.
 
04 Bay of Plenty
Party votes split across electorate candidates
 Party Vote Totals BROWN, Peter (NZ First) % of party vote CASSIDY, John (United Future) % of party vote HOLLAND, Dick (Christian Heritage) % of party vote NEILL, John (Progressive Coalition) % of party vote RYALL, Tony (National Party) % of party vote STEENSON, Graham Douglas (ACT) % of party vote TAARE, Mei (Labour Party) % of party vote TE KEETI, Te Ruruanga (Green Party) % of party vote Informals % of party vote Party Only % of party vote
ACT New Zealand     1458      126    8.64%       10    0.69%        8    0.55%        1    0.07%     1087   74.55%      180   12.35%       30    2.06%        3    0.21%        3    0.21%       10    0.69%
Alliance      162       31   19.14%        8    4.94%        1    0.62%        3    1.85%       51   31.48%        5    3.09%       40   24.69%       20   12.35%        2    1.23%        1    0.62%
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party      122       23   18.85%        1    0.82%        0    0.00%        3    2.46%       20   16.39%        4    3.28%       26   21.31%       38   31.15%        3    2.46%        4    3.28%
Christian Heritage Party      350       38   10.86%       18    5.14%      198   56.57%        3    0.86%       71   20.29%        0    0.00%       11    3.14%        1    0.29%        3    0.86%        7    2.00%
Green Party     1691      221   13.07%       33    1.95%       10    0.59%       13    0.77%      354   20.93%       18    1.06%      307   18.15%      691   40.86%       20    1.18%       24    1.42%
Jim Anderton's Progressive Coalition      239       32   13.39%        5    2.09%        1    0.42%       71   29.71%       39   16.32%        1    0.42%       87   36.40%        2    0.84%        0    0.00%        1    0.42%
Labour Party     9457     1402   14.82%      229    2.42%       54    0.57%      130    1.37%     1724   18.23%       49    0.52%     5452   57.65%      234    2.47%       79    0.84%      104    1.10%
Mana Maori Movement       13        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        1    7.69%        0    0.00%        8   61.54%        2   15.38%        0    0.00%        2   15.38%
National Party     7130      455    6.38%       46    0.65%       19    0.27%        4    0.06%     6430   90.18%       51    0.72%       29    0.41%       29    0.41%       17    0.24%       50    0.70%
New Zealand First Party     6896     4564   66.18%       72    1.04%       25    0.36%       12    0.17%     1805   26.17%       31    0.45%      250    3.63%       56    0.81%       36    0.52%       45    0.65%
NMP        3        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        3  100.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%
OneNZ Party       15        7   46.67%        1    6.67%        1    6.67%        0    0.00%        3   20.00%        1    6.67%        2   13.33%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%
Outdoor Recreation NZ      569      132   23.20%       18    3.16%        7    1.23%        5    0.88%      275   48.33%       18    3.16%       86   15.11%       14    2.46%        8    1.41%        6    1.05%
United Future     2506      334   13.33%      789   31.48%       90    3.59%        4    0.16%     1097   43.77%       12    0.48%      154    6.15%        8    0.32%        3    0.12%       15    0.60%
Informal Votes       86       13   15.12%        1    1.16%        2    2.33%        0    0.00%       15   17.44%        1    1.16%       12   13.95%        0    0.00%       40   46.51%        2    2.33%
Party vote totals    30697     7378   24.03%     1231    4.01%      416    1.36%      249    0.81%    12975   42.27%      371    1.21%     6494   21.16%     1098    3.58%      214    0.70%      271    0.88%
Note: This information is based on results from 48 of 49 polling places