National's Judith Collins and Labour's Jacinda Ardern went up against each other last night.
TVNZ’s election tool asked people: “From what you saw, heard or read about the debate, who do you think won?”
Vote Compass data reveals which areas are the most polarised.
The controversial practice has practitioners attempt to change a person's sexual orientation and is still legal in New Zealand.
Sentiments have changed since the last two elections, TVNZ’s Vote Compass tool has found.
Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins went head to head last night, in their first debate of the 2020 election.
Participants were asked to rate each of the party leaders, on a scale of zero to 10.
Support for the End of Life Choice Bill doesn't appear partisan according to the data.
TVNZ’s Vote Compass tool has now been used by more than 190,000 people.
TVNZ’s Vote Compass tool has now been used by nearly 190,000 people.
Corporations should also be paying more in taxes, the majority told TVNZ’s Vote Compass tool.
An overwhelming number of New Zealanders think the Government should charge companies exporting water a royalty.
That's compared to 34 per cent of those voting in general electorates.
Seventy per cent said they somewhat or strongly agreed, while 17 per cent were against it.
Young people are more likely to support the initiative.
"There is broad support for the government’s handling of Covid, with surprisingly little difference between Auckland and the rest," one expert said.
Sixty-four per cent said Jacinda Ardern and 20 per cent said Judith Collins when asked who would do the best job handling the pandemic.
Voters for different parties have different views, however.
The first results from the election tool reveal which issues voters are focusing on.