National has slumped 4 points int he latest 1News/Colmar Brunton poll.
This is the first poll since John Key cut and run.
National is at 46 per cent in the first 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll for the 2017 election year, down four points from the November poll.
Labour has climbed two points to 30, while the Greens are steady on 11 per cent, taking the centre left block’s combined vote to 41 percent.
Back in November National was 11 per cent ahead of the Labour-Greens combo.
New Zealand First is up one per cent to 11, and, based on our polling, would hold the balance of power post-election.
ACT is up one to one per cent, as is the Mana Party, which is back in the frame on one.
The Maori Party is steady on one per cent.