Christopher Luxon struggling to connect: leaked poll

Christopher Luxon struggling to connect: leaked poll
Christopher Luxon out and about in Manukau city last Wednesday. (Image: NZME)
Pattrick Smellie
The prime minister, Christopher Luxon, continues to struggle to connect with voters despite a rush of activity in recent weeks to complete the coalition government’s first 100-day plan.A report for corporate clients by pollsters Talbot Mills, sighted by BusinessDesk, shows Luxon dropping three percentage points to 24% as preferred prime minister, just one point ahead of Chris Hipkins, on 23%, the Labour party leader he defeated last October.Equally worrying for a government that is seeking to cement a new, more focused narrative on p...

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