The NZ Herald has a Digipol out this morning. I’ve blogged it on Curiablog.
It was taken from 17 April to 26 April half before and after massive publicity around the pony tail story.
The results must be very depressing for Labour. National increases slightly from December to 51%. Yes halfway through Year 7, and on 51%. Labour are below 30% on 28.7%.
There is little change from their last poll in December, except Peters is now just 2% behind Little as Preferred PM. Little has a lower level of support as Preferred PM than both Shearer and Cunliffe managed.
Overall National is 22% ahead on the party vote and Key is 51% ahead as Preferred PM.
This shows the average of all the public polls.