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1 NEWS Colmar Brunton political poll - February 10 to 14

1 NEWS Colmar Brunton political poll - February 10 to 14

Labour 48 percent up nine points since the last poll in this series in December.

National 43 percent - down three points.

Greens five percent - down two points.

NZ First three percent down two points.

Preferred Prime Minister

Jacinda Ardern 41 percent up four points.

Bill English 20 percent. Down eight points.

Winston Peters four percent down one per cent

Economic confidence

The number of people who expect the economy to get better was 37 percent, up one.

Those who think it will get worse was down three points to 33 percent.

Thirty percent expect conditions to stay the same.

Poll was conducted between February 10 and 14 poll was of just over 1000 voters and used a 50/50 split of landlines and mobile phones. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percent.

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