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Poll Watch: TV1 And TV3 Final Election 2002 Polls

TV1’s Colmar Brunton Poll and TV3’s NFO Poll have recorded remarkably similar results on the night before the final day of the election campaign. Today will not be recorded among National Party Leader Bill English's finest moments.

TV1 POLL PARTY VOTE STANDINGS

Labour Down 2 to 44%
National Down 6 to 21%
Green Down 1 to 8%
NZ First Up 4 to 10%
ACT Down 1 to 7%
United Future NZ 4%
Alliance 1%
Christian Heritage 1%
Progressive Coalition 0.5%

TV3 POLL PARTY VOTE STANDINGS

Labour Down 3 to 43%
National Down 4 to 21%
Green Steady 9%
NZ First Steady 8%
ACT Up 2 to 8%
United Future NZ 3.9%
Alliance 1.4%
Progressive Coalition 1.2%

LINKS:

TV1 - http://yourvote2002.nzoom.com/

TV3 - The Poll Company NFO maintains a web page for poll results.
http://www.nfocmresearch.co.nz/index.html?/ins_poll.html

EARLIER SCOOP POLL WATCH HEADLINES
Poll Watch: Herald DigiPoll Has Surprises Galore [1]
Poll Watch: Marae Digipoll - Maori Seats Labour's [2]
Poll Watch: Press Poll - Anderton Safe In Wigram
Poll Watch: TV3/NFO Poll – Labour Loses Majority [3]
Poll Watch: Herald DigiPoll - Dunne In Hot Seat [4]
Poll Watch: ONE News – Labour Slips To 46% [5]
Poll Watch: TV3/NFO Poll – NZ First Hits 8% [6]
Poll Watch: Herald DigiPoll, Minor Parties Advance [7]
Poll Watch: Dominion Post/BRC Wellington Central [8]
Poll Watch: TV3/NFO Poll – Labour Slipping [9]
Poll Watch: Herald DigiPoll Greens Closing On 10% [10]
Poll Watch: National Plunges In Herald Poll [11]
Poll Watch: ONE News Colmar Brunton Poll [12]
Poll Watch: Starting Order - UMR May Demographics [13]
Poll Watch: TV3/NFO Poll – Greens On 9% [14]
Poll Watch: Greens Rising Rapidly In NBR/NZ Herald [15]



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