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Scoop Poll Watch: One News Colmar Brunton: Aug 05

Scoop Poll Watch - One News Colmar Brunton poll: Aug 05

See full report here http://www.tvnz.co.nz/view/page/425825/602564

Party Vote:

Labour up six points to 45%
National down one point to 41%
NZ First down two points to 5%
Green Party down three points to 3%
ACT up one point to 2%
Maori Party down one point to 1%
United Future steady on 1%

Preferred Prime Minister:

Helen Clark up one point to 41%
Dr Donald Brash up five points to 25%
Winston Peters down four points to 9%

The sample size for this poll was 1000 people and the margin of error is plus or minus 3.2%

ENDS

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