New Zealand Chinese Immigrants Research Panel
No.1 Chinese Consumer Insights in New Zealand
新西兰华裔调查研究数据库由Andrew Zhu博士建立于2016年，旨在依据具有科学性的调研数据结果量化华裔在新西兰的各方面意愿和需求，并反馈给社区，政府，企业和英文媒体。Andrew Zhu博士已为TV3 Newshub的新西兰政治民调服务7年，其2017的新西兰大选结果预测被新西兰各主流媒体公认为最准确的。Trace Research也在2017年和新西兰中华电视网WTV推出了首次新西兰华裔的大选民调，填补了新西兰华裔政治意向无数据支持的空白并得到新西兰英文媒体的广泛报道和全社会的关注。
作为一个有社会责任感的专业调研机构，凡完成我们的调查问卷的参与者，Trace Research 都会代表您向新西兰最受信任的慈善机构 St John 医疗急救慈善基金捐献 $1 Dollar，聚少成多，您的参与即是对新西兰社会公益的回馈。
感谢所有新西兰华裔境内旅游调查2018的参与者，我们随机抽取了10名中奖者，其中包括2名获得往返于奥克兰和中国主要城市的往返机票，还有8名获得价值50元纽币的燃油卡。感谢所有参与者的支持，此次没有中奖的参与者未来还有更多机会，我们会把您的资料输入数据库直接进入下次调研的抽奖环节。 - Andrew Zhu 博士
WTV-Trace Chinese Political Poll Aug 2017
A letter from Associate Professor Richard Brookes to the editor at New Zealand Herald.
"Labour MP Raymond Huo’s personal criticism of the recent WTV-Trace Research online poll of Chinese voters is unfounded. As a colleague of Dr Andrew Zhu, I am familiar with the poll and results, and can attest to his integrity and professionalism in the way the survey was conducted, how the results were weighted for representativeness purposes, and how they were also analyzed and reported. I therefore believe the findings are a fair assessment of the current political views and voting intentions of eligible Chinese New Zealand voters. Rather that trying to ‘shoot the messenger’, I suggest that Mr Huo should instead try to listen to the messages coming from these voters, and as reported in the recent survey."
"I believe that Mr Huo can be
accused of trying to discredit this work via innuendo, and without providing
any evidence, for example, when he claims: 'Allegations have been made
that this poll either does not comply with the Research Association of New
Zealand's political polling code or if it does, may not be robust enough to
prevent it from some systemic abuse.'
"I also believe that a reason why Mr Huo may have tried to discredit this work is that the research does portray the 'voice' of Chinese New Zealand voters, and that voice, if turned into a high voter turnout, could have a telling impact on the final elections results, especially in Auckland. That's a strength of our MMP democratic voting system, and I hope that all Chinese New Zealand voters feel confident enough to demonstrate this."
Richard Brookes is an Associate Professor of Marketing at The University of Auckland Business School, and for several years has chaired the judging panel of the Research Association’s Bi-annual Research Awards."
WTV-Trace Chinese Political Poll May 2017
Image Source: Data - WTV-Trace Chinese Poll 2017; Image - The New Zealand Herald Epaper & Herald Graphics
Content Source：The New Zealand Herald, Lincoln Tan
Dr Jian Yang said he was pleased to see strong support from the Chinese community.
"We work hard to ensure Chinese people have a voice in National, and we're constantly focused on the issues that matter to them," said Yang.
"We never take the Chinese community's support for granted...for me, every year is an election year."
National's Chinese MP Jian Yang said the Government was "very focused" on both public safety and housing.
"We have committed over $500 million in this budget to increase the numbers of police staff by 10 per cent, or 1125 people," he said.
"With regards to housing, we are intervening in the market, with demand measures like the bright-line test and LVRs, and supply measures like the Housing Infrastructure Fund, special housing areas, Government building programmes and requirements on councils to make land available for housing."
Yang said these measures had already resulted in big increases in housing construction, and house prices in Auckland being flat to falling over the last eight months.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters believed a growing number of Chinese voters were connecting with its party policies.
"They see the need for a common-sense approach to issues," Peters said.
"It's in the Chinese character to understand long term planning, and oppose the consequences of shortsighted quick fixes."
Peters said many Chinese immigrants came from successful economies like China, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong, or were familiar with them.
"They are beginning to note the similarity of NZ First's policies with those economies," he said.
"Their voting demographic is changing and they can recognise puffery and propaganda more quickly than most."
Labour's Raymond Huo said the poll showed many Kiwi Chinese voters placed "high value on incumbency".
"Many Kiwi Chinese who are from non-parliamentary backgrounds may not perceive political issues in the same way as other New Zealanders because their ideas of incumbency are culturally entrenched," Huo said.
"Our focus will be to present Labour policy in the most effective way and to encourage Kiwi Chinese people to participate in the nation building process as New Zealand residents and citizens."
New Zealand Asian Leaders Member Survey 2017
New Zealand Chinese Immigrants Public Safety Perception Poll 2016
Image Source: Trace Research; The University of Auckland; New Zealand Herald; Stuff.co.nz