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He picks up 82 per cent in latest poll Nemani Delaibatiki Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Retired) Voreqe Bainimarama has increased his lead in the latest weekly Razor Research/ Fiji Sun
14 Jun 2014 10:57

He picks up 82 per
cent in latest poll

Nemani Delaibatiki

Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Retired) Voreqe Bainimarama has increased his lead in the latest weekly Razor Research/ Fiji Sun poll.
The FijiFirst leader has jumped from 79 per cent the previous week in the Preferred Prime Minister stakes to 82.
SODELPA leader Ro Teimumu Kepa has recaptured the No 2 slot, displacing National Federation Party leader Dr Biman Prasad. She improves her rating from five per cent the previous week to seven. Dr Prasad drops from eight to five per cent.
The sagging rating of People’s Democratic Party leader Felix Anthony and Fiji Labour Party leader Mahendra Chaudhry continues. Mr Anthony is down to one per cent from two while Mr Chaudhry recorded a significant drop from three per cent to zero.
In the Preferred Party polling, FijiFirst is still well in the lead although it has dropped from 74 to 71 per cent. SODELPA is back at No 2 at seven per cent followed by NFP at five. PDP gets one and FLP zero.
Thirty seven per cent don’t want Laisenia Qarase to be involved in politics, 31 per cent support him.
nemani.delaibatiki@fijisun.com.fj

RAZOR RESEARCH/Fiji SUN 16th weekly poll
Q1: Have you registered and will you be voting in the upcoming election.
Yes 78%
No 16%
Unsure 6%

Q2: Preferred Prime Minister in the upcoming election.
Voreqe Bainimarama 82%
Ro Teimumu Kepa 7%
Dr Biman Prasad 5%
Someone else 5%
Felix Anthony 1%
Mahendra Chaudhry 0%

Q3: Preferred Political Party in the upcoming election.
FijiFirst Party 71%
Don’t Know 16%
SODELPA 7%
National Federation Party 5%
People’s Democratic Party 1%
Fiji Labour Party 0%

Q4: Should Laisenia Qarase still be involving himself in politics?
No 37%
Unsure 32%
Yes 31%

The Sun Poll is conducted weekly for the Fiji Sun by Razor Research, of Suva. Six hundred eligible voters are polled each week, 300 from the Central Division, 200 from the Western Division and 100 from the Northern Division.



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