63 days ago

Poll: What is the top issue you want the local council to focus on?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The local elections are a great opportunity to decide on who we want to represent our communities over the next three years.

With elections just around the corner, this is a good time to pinpoint the issues that affect you and are important to you. Being clear on this is a first step in knowing what you want your local councillors to support or who to vote for. What are the issues you want your next local council to focus on?

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What is the top issue you want the local council to focus on?
  • 33% Rates
    33% Complete
  • 10.8% Housing
    10.8% Complete
  • 15% Roads
    15% Complete
  • 3.6% Public transport
    3.6% Complete
  • 9.3% Water
    9.3% Complete
  • 4.9% Waste
    4.9% Complete
  • 8.9% Climate + environment
    8.9% Complete
  • 10.2% Infrastructure
    10.2% Complete
  • 4.3% Local facilities (like parks and libraries)
    4.3% Complete
1311 votes
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