Andrew Little is refusing to release Labour’s internal polling after two polls show their position is worse than when he called Colmar Brunton’s poll two months ago bogus.
National has gained support in the latest opinion poll and is close to 50 per cent while Labour has slumped to its lowest rating in two years.
The just-released Roy Morgan poll gives National 49.5 per cent, up 1.5 points in a month, while Labour has shed 3.5 points and has fallen to 23 per cent.
The Greens have gained three points to reach 14.5 per cent, giving a Labour/Greens alliance 37.5 per cent.
NZ First is down two points to eight per cent.
A Colmar Brunton poll released on Sunday gave Labour 28 per cent. Read more »