Voting for alternative flag.
Why? Because I think we should be different to Australia and at the moment they are easily confused. I am half Australian and half Kiwi and I like the new flag. I would have preferred Red Peak, but in the absence of that being an option I'll vote for the new one.
Is the referendum worthwhile? It's a lot of money but as long as it's got an outcome of change it would be worth it.
Why? It's a waste of resources, $27 million spending on the referendum when we are still living in poverty. We could be spending it on something else.
Is the referendum worthwhile? I don't believe so. There are other things we could be spending the money on. We have a high statistic of children in poverty at the moment and the flag is just a waste of time in my thoughts.
Still undecided, liked Red Peak.
Why? I think [Red Peak] was the most flag-like design and the others look a bit cheap.
Is the referendum worthwhile? I think if we could go back and stop the process from happening to save money, or perhaps just spend a little less money to hire some designers to make those decisions on our behalf, I think that would've been a better way to go about it.
I've been mulling it over and I've only just decided I'll vote for the new one.
Why? I kind of think a change would be good and even if it's not exactly what I like, I think it's better than the old one.
Is the referendum worthwhile? No. I'd rather we hadn't. I think there are better things we could have been doing with the money and effort.
I like the blue and black one. I reckon they should change it.
Why? I just reckon it's cooler. This [current flag] is so similar to Australia. I feel like this [alternative flag] is more New Zealand.
Is the referendum worthwhile? Yep, I reckon. I just think a new identity, make New Zealand more known around the world and stuff. We just get bunched in with Australia.
The new one.
Why? Because I think it's time for a change ... we are not as English anymore, I guess.
Is the referendum worthwhile? Yes, I think it is. It lets people know about public opinion, but then a lot of people don't vote anyway. Only people that are concerned vote.