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Scoop Poll Watch: Herald On Sunday Digipoll 8/5/05

Scoop Poll Watch: Herald On Sunday Digipoll 8/5/05

Party Vote

Labour 41.6
National 37
Greens 7.7
NZ First 6.8
Maori 2.6
Progressive 1.0
United Future 0.9
ACT 0.8
Other 1.6

Preferred PM

Helen Clark 53.1
Don Brash 20.7
Winston Peters 17.7
Bill English 2.5
Jim Anderton 1.1
John Tamihere 0.9

Least Preferred PM

Don Brash 26.7
Helen Clark 25.7
Winston Peters 22.4
Rodney Hide 6.3
John Tamihere 4.8
Jim Anderton 1.8

Poll conducted 4-7 May 2005, 500 interviews - moe +/-4.4%

Links:

Ruth Berry - Polls show narrowing gap between leading parties
Jonathan Milne - National breathing down Labour's neck

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