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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Deputy Prime Minister says Labour wasn't expecting to see a "Covid bump" in the polls

    The Deputy Prime Minister says Labour wasn't expecting to see a "Covid bump" in the polls


    The latest One News Colmar Brunton poll has the party sitting on 43 per cent...down three since May.

    National's also fallen three per cent to put it on 26.

    Grant Robertson says that's a reflection of the challenging times.

    He says noone wants to be in a lockdown...but they're overall happy with the solid support.

    David Seymour saw another rise...with Act and his personal rating lifting five per cent, to put the party on 14 and him on 11.

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