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Poll – Nat 47.4, Labour 26.4, Greens 12.5, NZ First 9.4

Poll – Nat 47.4, Labour 26.4, Greens 12.5, NZ First 9.4

The latest Newshub-Reid Research poll has National on 47.4 percent (up 0.3 points) and Labour falling 4.4 percentage points to 26.4 percent.

The Green Party were at 12.5 percent (up 1.3) and NZ First on 9.4 percent (up 1.8 points)

ACT were 0.9 percent, The Opportunities Party 0.8 percent, Conservatives 0.8, Maori Party 0.7 and United Future 0.3 percent.

As preferred Prime Minister, Bill English was up 1.2 percentage points to 26.2 percent with Winston Peters on 9.7 percent (up 0.8), Andrew Little 7 percent (down 1.3) and Jacinda Ardern 6.6 percent (down 3.9).

When asked: Do you support National's Family Incomes Package?

67 percent said 'Yes' while just 26 percent said 'No'.

The poll was conducted this week and has a margin of error of 3.1 percent.

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