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Polls show National and Labour in same ballpark

Polls show National and Labour in same ballpark
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| Latest Political News | Monday May 27 2013 5:49

 

The movements are different, but the two latest TV political polls have National and Labour in roughly the same ballpark when it comes to voter support.

TV One's Colmar Brunton has National up six points since April to 49 per cent while Labour's down three to 33 per cent.

For TV3, its Reid Research poll has National down by over two points to just over 47 per cent.

It has Labour up almost three points to 33.1 per cent.

The main point of difference between the two polls is the Greens.

Colmar Brunton has the party down significantly to nine percent, having lost four points.

Reid Research has them up half a point on 12 per cent.

Colmar Brunton has New Zealand First is on four per cent while Mana, the Maori Party, and United Future are all on one.

On current numbers, Government aligned parties have 51 per cent support and those in opposition have 47.

The Conservatives have polled two per cent.

Photo: Edward Swift

 

 

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