tardtasticx:shk292:KiwiNZ:shk292:KiwiNZ:shk292:gzt: Btw, ignore voter opinion polls to large extent. They are frequently just part of the game instead of being fully independent. That includes the polls with the word 'independent' in the title.
A random guess that you're a Labour supporter then...
You appear to have missed a key word in the thread title, that is, unbiased.
Whereas ignoring polls that show Labour are irrevocably down the toilet is totally unbiased and neutral. OK, got it - just the same as the NZ media
The thread is not about the merits of any particular party, it's about where to get unbiased information.
Yup, sorry, straying badly off topic. I guess my point is that truly unbiased opinion is hard to find. The recruitment by the Herald of a strident socialist as a regular guest columnist today being a good example of this
I think it's inherently difficult to get unbiased political opinion because if you're interested in politics, you're likely to be biased. I think National radio NZ is possibly the least biased news medium at the moment
I don't think that's particularly true. I haven't formed a bias towards any parties yet. I have an idea of who I might vote for. But it is in no way secure. I think a lot of people are out there with the same problem or lack there of. I don't think this is really helping the cause though. Continuing the search still for more info.
But you're unsure of your intentions, so you're unlikely to offer advice. Those who are likely to offer advice and opinions are, in my experience, those who have well-formed opinions and are therefore likely to offer biased information. I'm not saying this is a bad thing, just the way it is.