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Poll Watch: TV1 - No New Year High For National

TV1 Colmar Brunton Poll - broadcast Sunday Dec 14, 2003

Labour- 45%
National - 28%
NZF - 11%
ACT - 6%
Greens - 4%
United Future - 2%

Preferred Prime Minister

Helen Clark up two points to 38%.
Don Brash down two points to 13%
Winston Peters 13%.

One New Colmar Brunton poll: December

The National Party's hopes of starting the New Year on a high with Don Brash have been dealt a blow. Voters taking part in the final ONE News/Colmar Brunton poll for 2003 are instead delivering their support to National's political rival.

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