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NBR/Compaq/UMR Insight Poll

The latest poll results from today's National Business Review....

Labour at 41% – no change

National 34% - down two

ACT - 7 %

The Greens – 6%

Alliance 5%

New Zealand First 3.3 %

44 percent believe the Government is going down the wrong track, down two.

43 percent believe the Government is heading in the right direction , up three.

The poll was run between June 16 and 20, surveyed 750 people and had a margin of error of 3.5 percent.




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