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3 News Poll 23-29 Jan: Nat 44.5% Lab 33.5% Grn 12.4%

3 News Opinion Poll


3 News Poll

Embargoed

Opinion Poll

Results

23rd- 29th January , 2014

Press Release: 3 News Opinion Poll Results

January 23rd - 29th , 2014

Projected number of seats in the House on the basis of the latest poll results compared to election night 2011

Number of seats currently predicted Seats won 2011 election
National 54 59
Labour 40 34
Green Party 15 14
New Zealand First 7 8
Conservative 3 -
Maori Party 2 3
ACT 1 1
United Future 1 1
Mana 1 1
Total seats 124 121

Full results with percentages, methodology and other questions: 3NewsPoll_january__201.pdf

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