In the last General Election 44.4% of the country voted for National. Whereas 36.9% voted for Liarbour. And only 7.2% voted for Winston First (most believing he would form a coalition with National.) But instead Winston Peters formed a coalition with Liarbour and selected Cindy as the PM, with himself as deputy.
To do this deal they still didn’t have enough votes, so had to bring even more extreme lefties into the coalition – The Greens. Hence The COLL (Coalition of liars and losers)
So where you can argue the majority of voters were seeking a center right government for New Zealand, have ended up with a left-wing government, full of extremists with a few self serving dinosaurs.
The problem with MMP is it gives too much representation to the minority groups and the lunatic fringe. The outcome of the compromises that are made, double dealing and horse trading to form a coalition government does not reflect the wishes of the voting public.
MMP was designed to provide a greater voice to minority groups. The Green party, who are in the current coalition government with the Labour and NZ First parties gained only 6.3% of the MMP party vote, yet make up 14% of the total number of Ministers in the NZ government, and therefore have a very large representation. The National party however, who gained 44.4% of the MMP party vote have nothing!
So in the desperation to give greater representation to minor parties has been at the expense of the largest party vote. The system is flawed and should be replaced with something like STV (single transferable vote) where you vote your 1st, 2nd and 3rd preference.