The latest One News Poll is out and it shows that Andrew Little isn’t making any gains both against National nor in the Preferred PM stakes.
Winston Peters on the other hand is winning in the Preferred PM stakes and is just 1% point off being able to claim the moral high ground and take the title of Leader of the Opposition for himself.
National’s by-election beating in Northland appears to have done little to change how the rest of New Zealand feels about the party, latest poll results show.
A ONE News Colmar Brunton poll conducted this month shows National Party support remains steady on 49%.
Labour Party support also remained unchanged on 31%, while the Green Party slipped to one percentage point to 9%.
New Zealand First, on the other hand, has seen a slight bounce – up one percentage point to 7%.
The Conservative Party is steady on 2%, as is the Act Party on 1%. Mana is back in the frame on 1%, while the Maori Party slipped down to 1%.
When converted into seats in Parliament, the poll results would mean National would take 60 seats, Labour would take 38, the Greens 11 and New Zealand First 9.
The Maori Party, Act and United Future would all have just one each.