1 News/Colmar Brunton poll – June 2019

Party support:

  • Labour 42% (down 6)
  • National 44% (up 4)
  • Greens 6% (no change)
  • NZ First 5% (Up 1)
  • ACT 1% (no change)
  • New Conservatives 1%
  • The Opportunities Party 1%

Refuse to answer 4%, undecided 10%. Fieldwork conducted 4-8 June 2019

This is a very different result to the Newshub/Reid Research poll – June 2019.

The Reid Research poll was conducted between May 29 and June 7.

The budget was released on May 29.

Preferred Prime Minister:

  • Jacinda Ardern 45% (down 6)
  • Judith Collins 6% (up 1)
  • Simon Bridges 5% (no change)
  • Winston Peters 5% (no change)

This is sort of interesting but doesn’t mean a great deal. National back up a bit, Labour have eased off an unusual high at a favourable time for them and Ardern.

 

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7 Comments

  1. Blazer

     /  9th June 2019

    National have a loyal rock solid base.Amazing.

    Reply
  2. Blazer

     /  9th June 2019

    this one looks good’..

    TV 3 Poll
    Labour -50.8%
    National -37.4%
    Green – 6.2%
    NZ First – 2.8%#

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  3. duperez

     /  9th June 2019

    The best response to the polls I’ve seen so far is from someone who must’ve just been to check the gene pool.

    “I’m still staggered that the Commie Princess and her muppets get that level of support. She is a flake and an abject failure as PM. I suppose you become a trougher because the gene pool wasn’t generous so maybe I should be surprised.”

    The bitterness and irony are enough to warm a cool June night.

    Reply
    • Pathetic.

      I don’t think that she is a great or even a good PM, but would call her a fluffette rather than a flake.

      But that writer is an idiot. Dismissing MPs as troughers is stupid; of all the ones I have known, only one has been paid more as an MP than she was before she was one.

      Reply
  4. MaureenW

     /  9th June 2019

    Bye Simon ..

    Reply
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