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Scoop Poll Watch: Colmar Brunton TVNZ - 15/5/05

Scoop Poll Watch: Colmar Brunton TVNZ 15/5/05

Labour down 1 to 44%
National down 1 to 37%
NZ First up 1 to 8%
Green steady 4%
ACT down 1 to 2%
Maori up 1 to 2%
United steady on 1%

Helen Clark up 1 to 41%
Don Brash down 5 to 15%
Winston Peters up 3 to 13%
John Tamihere down 2 to 1%.

Approval down 2 to 47%
Disapproval down 1 to 33%

Optimism steady on 26%
Pessimism down 4 to 39%.

TVNZ - One News Colmar Brunton poll: May 15
TVNZ - Clark: Poll shows govt is coping
NZ Herald - Polls give Peters chance as PM

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