Wellington, May 8 NZPA - The latest poll shows National continuing to enjoy high levels of political support. The Roy Morgan poll put National support at 55 percent (up 5 percentage points) and Labour on 30.5 percent (down 2 points).
Wellington, Feb 22 NZPA - New Zealanders are less gloomy about their financial situations than they were last year, a new poll suggests. Research New Zealand polled 502 adults between February 5 and 15 by telephone.
Wellington, Feb 18 NZPA - Support for the National Party has soared since it won the election, a poll released tonight shows. The TV3/Baseline Consultancy poll put National on 60 percent compared with 46 percent in the same poll just before the election.
Wellington, Dec 7 NZPA - The first poll since the election has seen most parties retaining their support base, but a large increase in the number of people who think New Zealand is heading in the right direction.
Wellington, Nov 7 NZPA - National and its partner parties ACT and United Future are poised to win the election, latest opinion polls show.
NZPA political reporters Wellington, Nov 6 NZPA - National has just enough support to win the election but it would take only a small swing for Labour to hold on to power, latest polls show.
Wellington, Nov 6 NZPA - Voters see National as best qualified to steer New Zealand through troubled economic times, a Herald-DigiPoll survey says.
Wellington, Nov 3 NZPA - Opinion polls in two key Maori electorates show Labour MPs leading their Maori Party challengers. In Hauraki-Waikato Nanaia Mahuta was chosen by 56 percent of voters questioned against 43 percent for the Maori Party's Angeline Greensill.
Wellington, Nov 2 NZPA - A rough election campaign for New Zealand First leader Winston Peters just got a little bit tougher for him with one poll predicting he will be trounced in Tauranga on election day.
Labour MP Mahara Okeroa is holding a 10-point lead over his Maori Party rival in the Te Tai Tonga electorate, an poll released last night shows.
A overwhelming majority of voters think the major party that wins the most votes should head the incoming government, an opinion poll shows.