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1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll August 12 to 16

1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll August 12 to 16

National down three points to 44 percent.
Labour up 13 points to 37 percent.
NZ First down one point to 10 percent.
Green Party down 11 points to 4.3 percent.
The Opportunities Party steady on two percent.
Maori Party up one point to two percent.

National's Bill English and Labour's Jacinda Ardern are tied as preferred Prime Minister at 30 percent. Winston Peters is down three points to seven percent.


The number of undecided voters is down seven points in this poll to 13 per cent.
The poll was conducted between August 12 and 16 with 1007 eligible voters.

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