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One News/Colmar Brunton Poll Nov 24 to 28

National 46 percent up three points
Labour 43 percent down two points
Greens 5 percent down two points
NZ First 4 percent down one point
Maori Party unchanged on 1 percent
ACT up one point to one percent

Preferred Prime Minister

Jacinda Ardern 39 percent, Simon Bridges seven percent, Judith Collins six per cent, Winston Peters four percent, John Key two pe cent.

Economic outlook

Thirty-seven percent thought the economy would improve, up from 33 percent. Thirty-four thought it would worsen, a decrease from 41 percent in October. Twenty-nine percent thought it would be the same.

Interviewing took place from November 24 to November 28, with 1,008 eligible voters contacted either by landline or mobile phone. The maximum sampling error was ±3.1 per cent at the 95 percent confidence level.

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