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Labour loses its shine, bleeding a couple of points to National in the latest political poll; ACT holds its ground, after receiving a bump in the last poll
15th Nov 21, 6:58pm
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Labour loses its shine, bleeding a couple of points to National in the latest political poll; ACT holds its ground, after receiving a bump in the last poll
ACT shoots up in poll at the expense of Labour and National; Seymour more popular than Collins, Luxon and Bridges combined
27th Sep 21, 6:30pm
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ACT shoots up in poll at the expense of Labour and National; Seymour more popular than Collins, Luxon and Bridges combined
Opposition parties National and Act NZ close the gap on Labour-Greens as support for Act NZ hits a record high. But as the overall gap closes, a stronger gender gap rises
30th Jul 21, 5:57pm
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Opposition parties National and Act NZ close the gap on Labour-Greens as support for Act NZ hits a record high. But as the overall gap closes, a stronger gender gap rises
Support for both Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins falls in 1 News Colmar Brunton poll, as 27% of respondents can't pick a preferred PM; Labour comfortably the favourite party
15th Mar 21, 6:42pm
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Support for both Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins falls in 1 News Colmar Brunton poll, as 27% of respondents can't pick a preferred PM; Labour comfortably the favourite party
Second 1 News Colmar Brunton Poll in a row delivers good news for National, despite Simon Bridges lagging in the preferred prime minister ranks
2nd Dec 19, 6:39pm
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Second 1 News Colmar Brunton Poll in a row delivers good news for National, despite Simon Bridges lagging in the preferred prime minister ranks
National the winner in the latest 1 News-Colmar Brunton poll; Support rises to 47% at the expense of Labour falling to 40%; Bridges' popularity grows despite Ardern remaining the clear preferred prime minister 
14th Oct 19, 6:39pm
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National the winner in the latest 1 News-Colmar Brunton poll; Support rises to 47% at the expense of Labour falling to 40%; Bridges' popularity grows despite Ardern remaining the clear preferred prime minister 
National more popular than Labour in political poll despite support for Simon Bridges being rock-bottom; Outgoing Air NZ CEO Christopher Luxon deemed a preferred prime minister
29th Jul 19, 6:50pm
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National more popular than Labour in political poll despite support for Simon Bridges being rock-bottom; Outgoing Air NZ CEO Christopher Luxon deemed a preferred prime minister
Labour one seat shy of being able to govern on its own according to 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll; Ardern soars ahead as preferred prime minister; Bridges neck and neck with Collins
15th Apr 19, 6:46pm
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Labour one seat shy of being able to govern on its own according to 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll; Ardern soars ahead as preferred prime minister; Bridges neck and neck with Collins
Labour more discreet than NZ First in gauging public opinion on the introduction of a capital gains tax through an online poll
11th Mar 19, 12:49pm
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Labour more discreet than NZ First in gauging public opinion on the introduction of a capital gains tax through an online poll
Labour overtakes National, NZ First become irrelevant and Bridges falls to Collins' level in latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll
18th Feb 19, 6:43pm
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Labour overtakes National, NZ First become irrelevant and Bridges falls to Collins' level in latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll
National nose-dives in new poll to the point Labour and Greens wouldn't need NZ First to form a government; Collins receives more support than Bridges
11th Feb 19, 6:26pm
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National nose-dives in new poll to the point Labour and Greens wouldn't need NZ First to form a government; Collins receives more support than Bridges
One News/Colmar Brunton poll puts support for Labour ahead of National and Ardern way ahead of Bridges, despite respondents' pessimism on the economy
23rd Oct 18, 7:07pm
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One News/Colmar Brunton poll puts support for Labour ahead of National and Ardern way ahead of Bridges, despite respondents' pessimism on the economy