John Key talks voter turnout, coalitions & Labour
Monday 28 Nov 2011 4:43 p.m.
One million people didn't vote on the weekend.
Of the two million people who did vote, 957,000 ticked National and 540,000 ticked Labour.
An old-fashioned hiding by any definition.
And then there was New Zealand First, the Maori Party and ACT.
There is so much to talk about in the wake of the election.
And we begin with the victor, National and its triumphant leader, John Key.
Watch the full interview.