Last night's Colmar-Brunton poll, that's what. When one party is supported by 50% of those polled, and yet may not be able to form a government, something is majorly wrong with the system. And when a party supported by little more than one third of the electorate could cobble together enough dodgy deals to put a coalition together, something is even more majorly wrong.
Keeping Stock hopes that National will use last night's poll as an illustration to support their policy for a binding referendum on the future of MMP. It is absurd that the fleas continue to wag the tail that wags the dog. There has to be a better way!