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Morgan Poll Shows Labour Up 2%, Nats Fell 1.5%


Morgan Poll Shows Support For NZ Labour Up 2% To 40

In mid August support for the NZ Labour Party Government rose 2% to 40 %, 1.3% below the Labour results at the July 2002 General Election. Support for the Opposition National Party fell 1.5% to 36.5%, which is 15.6% above the National result at the General Election, the latest Morgan Poll finds.

Among the minor parties, support for New Zealand First was 8% (down 2%), the Green Party 7.5% (up 1.5%), ACT New Zealand 2.5% (up 1%), United Future New Zealand 2% (unchanged) and Other Parties 3.5% (down 1%).

This latest Morgan Poll on Voting Intention was conducted in New Zealand from August 2-15, 2005, with a New Zealand-wide cross-section of 2,131 electors.

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