This puts me firmly in the minority.
Then we see the reason behind the response:
Mr Key says National supporters want him to do a U-turn on previous promises and work with Mr Peters, if it means stopping a Labour-Greens government, and a 3 News/Reid research poll backs this up. . .
“I think partly it reflects that the country doesn’t want to see Labour and the Greens in office,” says Mr Key, “and so if it means having to deal with New Zealand First, a lot of our supporters would prefer to see that situation.”
If it makes National supporters prefer Peters the thought of the LabourGreen alternative must make them feel very, very bad.
It would be a bit like preferring tripe and liver to starvation.