Greens co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons is the most trusted party leader and New Zealand First's Winston Peters the least, a poll released tonight shows.
The TV One/Colmar Brunton poll questioned 1010 voters, asking them to answer `yes' or `no' when they were asked whether they trusted six party leaders.
Ms Fitzsimons scored 64 percent, Prime Minister Helen Clark 59 percent, National leader John Key 57 percent, Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples 54 percent and ACT's Rodney Hide 50 percent.
But only 19 percent said they trusted Mr Peters, and 75 percent said they didn't trust him.
Mr Peters last month faced a select committee inquiry into the $100,000 donation Owen Glenn gave his party.
The committee concluded Mr Peters had presented misleading information and he was censured by Parliament.
He was angry when a TV One reporter asked him to comment on the poll results.
"Every night you go on TV talking about your crappy polls," he said.
"You come up with these rubbish polls, you don't take any notice of what I'm saying. Go home."
The poll was conducted between September 27 and October 2.