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TV3 Poll Puts Labour In The Lead

TV3, Colmar Brunton Poll results broadcast this evening.

Labour – 44 down 3
National - 39 up 3
Green - 4 down 1
Alliance – 5 up 2
ACT - 3 down 1
NZ First - 2 static

PREFERRED PM STAKES

Helen Clark – 28 down 3
Jenny Shipley 14 down 2
Bill English up 6 up 3

PM'S PERFORMANCE

74% say Helen Clark is capable leader – up 5
55% say she understands economics – down 1 (down 16 for the year)

MICHAEL CULLEN

Only 24% say Michael Cullen is doing well as Finance Minister, 32% say average, 35% say his performance is only fair or poor.


ON THE SUPER PLAN

50% favour super plan
28% say it won’t work



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