| Latest Political News | Sunday January 6 2013 9:20
Prime Minister John Key has fallen short of the mark in a lobby group's report card.
Family First has put him last out of all National MPs in its annual 'Value Your Vote' exercise.
The group ranks MPs and parties on how they voted on gambling, child support, prostitution, gay marriage and other moral issues.
Family First's Bob McCoskrie says Mr Key scored only 37.5 percent, matching the trend from traditionally conservative parties.
"We were surprised at National and Act and United Future not doing very well on issues that we thought they would traditionally support, for example the marriage issue, the alcohol drinking age and also supporting young families with the extended paid parental leave."
New Zealand First was the highest rated by the group, followed by Labour and the Maori Party.
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