The Common Room, Summarised by Centrist
After just six months in office, Prime Minister Hipkins’ influence is dwindling as he grapples with ministerial resignations, policy failures and public discontent.
Hipkins’ honeymoon period with voters and the media is now clearly over. Recent polls show a decline in support for Hipkins’ government.
“What can be said with certainty is that a union of Labour, the Greens and Te Pāti Māori will readily agree on one topic: further embedding co-governance in law and policy, which will push New Zealand irrevocably along the path to an ethno-state.”