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  •   Home > News > Politics

    A sign of reluctance from New Zealanders to see border restrictions relaxed, just yet

    A sign of reluctance from New Zealanders to see border restrictions relaxed, just yet


    Polling, from Talbot Mills Research, shows 64 per cent of New Zealanders don't think the borders should re-open until the vaccination rate is very high.

    These numbers are higher still among Labour and Greens supporters.... up around 70 per cent.

    About 60 per cent of Act and National supporters think we should wait for at least 90 per cent.

    So far, 42.5 per cent of eligible New Zealanders are fully vaccinated.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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    Business:
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    Entertainment:
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    Basketball:
    Expect a bit of feeling in the National Basketball League tonight when the Canterbury Rams host the Hawke's Bay Hawks 21:20

    Entertainment:
    Nick Cannon isn't "built" for marriage 21:09

    International:
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    Entertainment:
    Liam Gallagher has vowed to keep drinking until he's 80 20:39

    Law and Order:
    Witnesses urged police to storm Texas school during shooting rampage 20:20

    Education:
    What is the latest known about the Texas primary school mass shooting? 20:20


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