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Herald Digipoll - Labour: 45%, National: 36%

Scoop Poll Watch: Herald Digipoll - Labour: 45%, National: 36%

Poll Watch

Scoop Election '05 - Poll Watch

Herald Digipoll - Friday August 26, 2005

Party Vote

Labour 45.3%
National 36%
Greens 6.4%
NZ First 6.1%
Maori Party 2.2%
United Future 1.3%
Act 0.9%
Destiny NZ 0.7%
Progressives 0.6%
Christian Heritage 0.5%

Preferred Prime Minister

Helen Clark 59.3%
Don Brash 29.1%
Winston Peters 6.2%
Other candidates below 1%

The Poll also noted a rise in support for National (32.3-38%) against Labour (46-44.6%) over the course of the poll as National's tax package was announced.

1000 respondents were interviewed from August 18 to 24. The margin of error is +/- 3.1%

Photo of Graphic from Today's New Zealand Herald. Click for big version

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