3News Poll: National Lose Lead

3News Poll: National Lose Lead

Written By: Date published: 6:55 pm, July 26th, 2015 – 109 comments
Categories: Andrew Little, john key, labour, national, political parties, Politics, polls, winston peters – Tags: , ,

Tonight’s 3News/Reid research poll sees National and its franchises one seat behind the combined opposition. Labour could take over with support from the Greens and New Zealand First.

Good news for Colin Craig; his party is still more popular than ACT, the Maori Party and Peter Dunne!

Polling on foreign ownership of our housing stock is a clear winner for Labour, with 61% saying sales should be banned. Key needs to move fast or this issue will sink him.

Full results:

3 News/Reid Research poll, July 15-22, 1000 voters
Margin of error: +/-3.1 percent

Party standings

National – 47 percent, up 0.6 percent (on last poll in May)
Labour – 31.1 percent, up 0.7 percent
Greens – 11.4 percent, up 0.3 percent
NZ First – 8.4 percent, up 0.3 percent
Conservative – 0.7, down 1.2 percent
Maori Party – 0.6 percent, down 0.5 percent
ACT – 0.5 percent, no change
UF – 0.1 percent

Seats in house

121-seat Parliament

National – 57
ACT – 1
United Future – 1
Maori Party – 1
Right – 60

Labour – 37
Green – 14

New Zealand First – 10

Opposition – 61

Preferred PM

John Key – 38.3 percent (down 1.1)
Winston Peters – 11.3 percent (up 0.1)
Andrew Little – 10.2 percent (down 1.4)

Foreign buyers

Should the Government should ban “foreign buyers”, people who are not residents or citizens, from buying houses?

Yes – 61 percent
No – 35 percent
Don’t Know – 4 percent

National voters

Yes – 54 percent
No – 43 percent
Don’t know – 3 percent

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