1News/Colmar Brunton have released their latest poll:

Labour: 53% up 3% – 67 seats
National: 32% down 6 – 41 seats
Greens: 5% – six seats
NZ First: 2%
Act: 5% – six seats

Preferred Prime Minister

Jacinda Ardern: 54%
Judith Collins: 20% and net positive +27% approval rating

Judith Collins is still being affected by the poor decisions of caucus and the various scandals that swamped Todd Muller as he imploded.

Previously Todd Muller got a net positive of +10% and Simon Bridges previously had -40% net approval.

Labour, being so far out in front have some real challenges, they won’t remain that high and will slide as the campaign gets going fully after the last week in parliament.

Still a long way to go in this campaign yet.

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