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One News/Colmar Brunton Poll

Party Vote

Labour 42% static
National 42% up 1

Green 4% down 1%.
ACT 3% down 2%
Alliance 3% down 1%
NZ First 2% static

Undecided voters are 9% - up 2%

Preferred PM

Labour - Helen Clark 34% - down 2%.
National - Jenny Shipley 21% - static
National - Bill English 5% - FIRST APPEARANCE
Alliance - Jim Anderton 4% - up 1%.
NZ First - Winston Peters 3% - up 1%.
Labour - Phil Goff 2% - up 1%.
ACT - Richard Prebble is on 1% - down 1%.

Other Questions

On economic outlook
- optimists down 2% to 34%.
- pessimists up 8% l to 53%.

Government approval
35% approve - down 8%.
52%. disapprove up 5%

The poll surveyed 1,000 voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.2%.

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