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Poll Watch: ONE News Colmar Brunton Poll

Party Vote
Labour up two to 53%
National down 5 to 27%
Greens up four to 9%
NZ First steady 3%
ACT down one to 4%
Progressive Coalition 2%
Alliance down 1 to 0.5%

Preferred PM
Helen Clark up 2 to 52%
Bill English up 5 to 17%
Winston Peters steady 4%
Jim Anderton 2%
Richard Prebble 1%
Nandor Tanczos 1%

Approval Of Government Performance
Approve down one point to 61%
Disapprove down one to 23%

The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.2%.

For more detail see…
ONE News Colmar Brunton poll: June,1227,108856-1-8,00.html

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