Sunday, 17 August 2008

Colmar Brunton Poll:17 August 2008

Aug 17, 2008

National on track for gold (2:53) video

National is on track to win gold in this year's election despite recent unwelcome headlines.
Prime Minister Helen Clark has picked up support but is still trailing in National leader John Key's wake.

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters was caught up in the saga over receiving secret donations from wealthy businessmen.

And secret tapes hinted at leadership divisions and a secret agenda in the National Party.
But despite the drama, it doesn't seem to have hurt the party. National still has the support of more than half of all voters.

Labour has closed the gap a little, now on 37%. But Labour's gain is the Greens' loss. They are polling just 3.5%. The Maori Party sits just above 3%, New Zealand First is in deep trouble on 2.6% and United Future and the Act Party barely registered.

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c Political Animal 2008

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