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1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll September 9 to September 13

1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll September 9 to September 13.

Labour 44% (last week - 43%)
National 40% (last week - 39%)
Green 7% (last week - 5%)
NZ First 6% (last week - 9%)
TOP 2% Steady
Maori Party 1% (last week - 2%)
ACT 0.6%

Don’t know 10%
Refused 5%

Preferred prime minister

Jacinda Ardern – 34% (down 1 point)
Bill English – 32% (up 1 point)
Winston Peters – 5% (NC)


The poll was conducted from September 9 to September 13.

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