PollTracker: advantage right, but it's still tight

PollTracker: advantage right, but it's still tight
Act leader David Seymour will like his chances of a cabinet seat following the next election. (Image: Getty)
Andy Fyers
Popular support for the right of New Zealand politics is at its highest point in this election cycle, with National and Act having combined support of 48%, according to BusinessDesk's PollTracker – a time-weighted polling average of party support in public opinion polls.That would be enough for the two parties to form a majority government. But it is still extremely close, with just a two percentage-point swing from right to left needed to flip the balance. The PollTracker average has support for National steady at 37% and suppor...

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