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One News Colmar Brunton: Nat 47, Lab 38

One News Colmar Brunton: Nat 47, Lab 38

See... One News: Poll shows budget blues for Labour

Yesterday TVNZ released the first One News Colmar Brunton Poll since the 2006 budget.

Party Vote:
National 47% (up 2)
Labour 38% (down 4)
Greens 5% (down 2)
New Zealand First 4% (up 2)
Maori Party 3%.
United Future 1.4%
Act 1.1%

Government's Performance:
Approve 42% (down 6)
Disapprove 43% (up 7)

Economy:
Optimistic 20% (down 4)
Pessimistic 58% (up 5)

Preferred PM:

Helen Clark 37%
Don Brash 18% (down 1)
John Key 8% (up 3)
Winston Peters 5%
Michael Cullen 0.2%

The One News Colmar Brunton Poll surveyed 1200 people and has a margin of error of 2.8%

See... One News: Poll shows budget blues for Labour

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