Latest poll goodish news for Labour

Labour’s “on the move.” So says TV3 News, reporting the latest 3News poll.

The poll confirms the trend revealed by other recent poll results. A slight bounce for Labour, National maintains a decisive advantage, with the loose lips debacle not having made much impact… yet.

National remains on 48%, Labour is up 2 points at 37%, the Greens are down one point on 6%, NZ First’s on 3%, Act 2%, and United Future 1%.

A little under 3 months out from the election this is good news for Labour, who need to start closing the gap. If the Greens and NZ First make it back into Parliament, then it doesn’t have too much more ground to make up before the election starts to look very exciting.

The minor party results probably don’t mean too much, although it doesn’t look like the donations saga has done Peters any good.

The poll of 1000 voters was taken between August 14 and August 20, and has a margin of error of 3.1 percent.

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2 Responses to “Latest poll goodish news for Labour”

  1. Adolf Fiinkensein Says:

    This post is filled with ‘if ifs and ands were pots and pans.’ You appear to disregard the cold hard truth that the poll to which you refer shows Labour has simply cannibalized voted from Greens and Winston Stupid, depriving you of much needed coalition partners. You actually are no better off. You sound like Hitler crowing about the battle of the Ardennes while the Allies were rolling up the rest of the front.

  2. 6.5% and closing « Jafapete’s Weblog Says:

    […] 6.5% and closing Another poll shows the gap between National and Labour closing, to 6.5%. It confirms the trend revealed by other recent poll results. […]

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