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Who do you trust?

1. Sir Ray Avery, scientist, inventor, New Zealander of the Year 2010

2. Sir Peter Gluckman, Chief Science Advisor to the Prime Minister

3. Sir Paul Callaghan, physicist, New Zealander of the Year 2011

4. The Hon. Justice Helen Winkelmann Chief High Court Judge

5. Roger Hall, film, TV and theatre actor, playwright

6. Bret McKenzie, comedian, actor, musician

7. Denise L’Estrange-Corbet, fashion designer

8. Jemaine Clement, comedian, actor, musician

9. Simon Gault, celebrity chef, MasterChef judge

10. Tony Kokshoorn, Grey District Mayor 

11. Lt. Gen. Jerry Mataparae, Governor-General designate

12. Jay-Jay Feeney, morning radio host for The Edge FM

13. Nigel Latta, psychologist, host of The Politically Incorrect Parenting Show

14. Cpl. Willie Apiata, Victoria Cross recipient for bravery in Afghanistan

15. Ryan Nelsen, All Whites captain

16. Kim Hill, journalist, presenter for Radio NZ National 

17. Gareth Morgan, businessman, philanthropist, Morgan Foundation trustee

18. Jim Mora, radio broadcaster

19. Matt McCarten, union head, columnist

20. Kevin Milne, former TV presenter of Fair Go

21. Sir Brian Lochore, former All Black player and coach

22. Garth McVicar, Sensible Sentencing Trust spokesman

23. Margaret Mahy, award-winning children’s author

24. Peter Williams, sportswriter, TV presenter

25. Annabel Langbein, celebrity chef, TV presenter

26. The Rt. Hon. Sir Anand Satyanand, 19th Governor-General

27. Dame Malvina Major, opera singer

28. Leighton Smith, talkback host on NewstalkZB radio

29. Te Radar, comedian, filmmaker, TV host of Radar’s Patch

30. Brad Thorn, All Blacks player

31. Michael Jones, former All Blacks player

32. Rhys Darby, actor, comedian

33. Ruben Wiki, former rugby league player

34. Sir Peter Snell, three-time Olympic athletics gold medallist

35. Dame Susan Devoy, former squash player, charity worker

36. Scott Dixon, race car driver

37. Sir John Walker, Olympic athletics gold medallist

38. Dame Alison Holst, food writer, celebrity chef

39. Bob Parker, Christchurch Mayor

40. Colin Meads, former All Black, NZ Player of the Century

41. Sarah Ulmer, Olympic track cycling gold medallist

42. Louise Nicholas, rape victim advocate

43. Rob Fyfe, CEO Air New Zealand

44. Graeme Hart, businessman

45. Peta Mathias, chef, author, broadcaster

46. Hayley Westenra, singer/songwriter, UNICEF ambassador 

47. Jo Seager, celebrity chef

48. John Kirwan, former All Black, mental illness spokesperson

49. Mike McRoberts, journalist, presenter of 60 Minutes

50. Pete Bethune, conservationist, alternative fuel advocate

51. Irene van Dyk, former netball world champion

52. Greg Murphy, race car driver

53. Simon Barnett, TV and radio host

54. Valerie Adams (Vili), Olympic shot-put gold medallist 

55. Richie McCaw, current All Blacks captain

56. Robyn Malcolm, award-winning film and TV actor

57. Sir Richard Hadlee, former cricketer, ICC Hall of Famer

58. Daniel Vettori, New Zealand cricket captain

59. Sir Peter Leitch, businessman, charity worker, “The Mad Butcher”

60. Tana Umaga, former All Black

61. Jim Hickey, TV weatherman

62. Joe Karam, former All Black, entrepreneur

63. Simon Dallow, journalist, presenter of One News

64. A.J. Hackett, tourism entrepreneur, bungy jumping pioneer

65. Sir Stephen Tindall, founder of The Warehouse retail stores

66. Dave Dobbyn, musician

67. Sam Neill, award-winning actor

68. Peter Whittall, Pike River Coal CEO

69. Howard Broad, New Zealand Commissioner of Police

70. Alan Bollard, governer of the Reserve Bank of NZ

71. Dick Hubbard, former Auckland City Mayor, founder of Hubbard Foods

72. Marcus Lush, TV and radio host

73. The Topp Twins, entertainers, breast cancer activists

74. Sir Peter Jackson, director, screenwriter, three-time Oscar winner 

75. Sir Bob Jones, businessman

76. Graham Henry, All Blacks coach

77. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, opera singer

78. Mark Sainsbury, Close Up host

79. Russel Norman, Green Party co-leader

80. Len Brown, Auckland Mayor

81. Tim Shadbolt, Invercargill Mayor

82. Allan Hubbard, financier

83. Sir Michael Hill, jeweller, entrepreneur, philanthropist

84. The Rt. Hon. Lockwood Smith, Speaker of the House of Reps

85. The Rt. Hon. Helen Clark, former Prime Minister

86. Keisha Castle-Hughes, actor, Oscar nominee for Whale Rider

87. Rachel Hunter, model, actor

88. John Campbell, TV presenter, host of Campbell Live

89. Marc Ellis, former All Black and rugby league player, businessman

90. The Rt. Hon. John Key, 38th and current Prime Minister

91. Paul Holmes, broadcaster

92. Paul Henry, journalist, radio and TV presenter

93. Jim Anderton, Progressive Party leader 

94. The Hon. Bill English, Deputy Prime Minister

95. The Hon. Pita Sharples, Minister of Maori Affairs

96. The Hon. Phil Goff, Labour Party leader

97. The Hon. Tariana Turia, Maori Party co-leader

98. The Rt. Hon. Winston Peters, New Zealand First leader

99. The Hon. Rodney Hide, Minister of Local Government

100. The Hon. Hone Harawira, activist, Member for Te Tai Tokerau

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