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National Sees Fall In Polls

Fuseworks Media
Fuseworks Media

Wellington, Sept 21 NZPA - National has seen its biggest drop in popularity since the election, but is still polling over 50 percent.

The latest New Zealand Morgan poll showed National fell five points to 51.5 percent, the New Zealand Herald reported.

Labour was up four points to 33 percent.

The Green Party was on 7.5 percent (down 0.5), the Act Party 2 percent (up 0.2), the Maori Party on 2.5 percent (up 1), Progressives on 0.5 percent (unchanged) and United Future below 0.5 percent.

Although not in Parliament, New Zealand First was up 1 percent to 2.5 percent.

The number of people who said the National-led Government was going in the right direction was up two points to 67.5 percent.

Those who said it was going in the wrong direction number was up 2.5 points to 24.5 percent.

The poll questioned 845 voters.

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