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Poll Watch: Greens Rising Rapidly In NBR/NZ Herald

EDITOR’S NOTE: Scoop will be running “Poll Watch” as a new feature up till the election, whenever that is. As national poll results are announced we will report on the basic results and provide links to further resources.


NZ Herald Digi-Poll (published today)

Labour Down 0.5 49.9%
National Down 2 to 31.2%
Green Up 2.4 to 7.7%
ACT 4.7%
NZ First up 0.6 to 2.5%
Progressive Coalition (Debut) 0.7%
Alliance 0.4%
United Future 0.1%

NZ Herald Coverage
Greens jump in polls over GE gamble
By FRANCESCA MOLD, political reporter


NBR HP-Invent Poll (published Friday)

Labour Up 2 to 53%
National Down 2 to 29%
Greens Up 2 to 7.2%
ACT Down 1 to 4.5%
NZ First 3.3%
Progessive Coalition (Debut) 1.3%
Alliance 0.5%

National Business Review Coverage
Poll shows strong case for early election
Deborah Hill Cone
Poll points to early election


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