Bulletin 7/3/2017


National confirms their policy of raising superannuation eligibility from 65 to 67 years old – that’s over $30,000 less for each person, the argument being that life expectancy is rising so people get that money at the other end.  Policy takes effect in 20 years, meaning it’ll affect anyone less than 45 years old today – this means the majority of likely voters will not be personally affected, though their children will.

Jacinda Ardern is elected Labour’s deputy leader, a move that is expected to appeal to younger voters – although, historically, older voters have had higher turnouts.


Echo Chamber National:



On superannuation, they’re tweeting more about this than most other policies they announce:


Budget surplus:


On the gender pay gap:


Echo Chamber Labour:



On the housing shortage:


On superannuation, and National’s failure to contribute to the super fund:


Jacinda Ardern elected as deputy leader:


Echo Chamber Green:

On superannuation:


On carbon emissions:


On refugees:


On water quality, and what environmental groups really think of National’s swimmable rivers:


On the fragility of New Zealand’s economy:


On superannuation:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

On superannuation:


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber ACT:

Cut superannuation faster:


Echo Chamber United Future:

On superannuation:


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Aspiring author and armchair philosopher, I seek to understand the world, people, and myself. Through my writing, I seek also to share all that I've found.

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