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Bounce for Ardern, but not Labour, in post-budget poll

Staff reporters
Thu, 27 May 2021

The One News-Colmar Brunton polled 1,002 people.
Staff reporters
Thu, 27 May 2021

The One News-Colmar Brunton polled 1,002 people.

Polling for TVNZ taken immediately after the budget suggests it had little or no public impact on the government’s popularity, although the prime minister’s ratings improved slightly.The One News-Colmar Brunton poll of 1,002 people taken between last Saturday and Wednesday said support for the governing Labour party slipped three percentage points to 46%, compared to the last such poll, taken two months ago.The result sits at a mid-point between the results of two other recent polls, with a Newshub-Reid Research poll taken before th...

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