iPredict Elections 2011 Debate – Bomber, Bridges, Manning

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iPredict/Stratos Elections Debate Ep:4 Featuring Bomber Bradbury, National MP Simon Bridges and Scoop’s Selwyn Manning debate the following: Will the Rena disaster affect Simon Bridges’ campaign? Who will win Epsom? Will New Zealand’s economy be affected …


Martyn “Bomber” Bradbury hosts the iPredict Elections 2011 series

iPredict Elections Ep:4 Featuring Bomber Bradbury, National MP Simon Bridges and Scoop’s Selwyn Manning debate the following:

  • Prediction 1: iPredict says that Simon Bridges chance of increasing his majority in Tauranga has slipped back to 77% in the wake of the Rena disaster – other than the pristine beaches of the East Cape, what else will the Rena oil spill stick to politically?
  • Prediction 2: After heavy trading, iPredict again gives ACT a 62% chance in Epsom after sentiment swung last week in favour of National’s Paul Goldsmith. With the marketforecasting a National party vote of just 46%, does Epsom become Nationals lifeline to forming a Government?
  • Prediction 3: After Greece’s shock announcement this week that they will take their austerity measures to a referendum, iPredict gives a 17% probability that one country will be forced out of the Eurozone by January. Would this prompt a crisis,for New Zealand? Are Treasury’s black swans about to come home to roost for the NZ economy?

ipredict Elections broadcasts on Stratos TV accessed via Sky channel 89 & Freeview channel 21 each week-day evening at 7pm until the election campaign on November 26 2011.

It will feature: Martyn “Bomber” Bradbury, a rotating team of panellists, including NBR’s Matthew Hooton, Scoop’s Selwyn Manning, blogger Phoebe Fletcher, interest.co.nz’s Bernard Hickey, Labour’s David Cunliffe, National’s Nikki Kaye, Mana’s Hone Harawira and New Zealand First’s Winston Peters will debate and discuss key election issues using the daily predictions from the Scoop Link: iPredict website.

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