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Battle To The Beehive

VICE New Zealand

Issue 46 | March 2018

Background

In the 2017 New Zealand general election, voters ages 18 to 24 were completely disinterested in politics and had one of the highest rates of voter apathy in the world. Only 65% of that demographic had enrolled to vote. In other words, 35% of young New Zealanders couldn't be bothered to register. Of those that did, 125,000 didn't bother to vote at the previous election.

The Beehive was the name given to the building that formed the main part of the New Zealand Parliament.

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