Monday, September 01, 2008


I don't normally poll blog, but this I can't resist: according to the graphic [flash] for the latest Herald digipoll, the Christian Heritage Party - which disbanded in 2006 in the wake of its former leader Graham Capill's conviction for child rape - is polling 0.4%, ahead of both the Alliance (which contrary to popular belief, is still around) and (this is the best bit) United Future. So, a non-existent party beats a sitting minister outside cabinet. Priceless.

I wonder how many votes it will score on election night?