Have just done the latest monthly polling newsletter.
As you can see National’s support remarkably consistent.
The executive summary of the newsletter is:
Curia’s Polling Newsletter – Issue 116, March to May 2018
There were three political voting polls in April and May – a Newshub Reid Research and two One News Colmar Bruntons.
In May National led Labour by 2% and were 1% ahead in April.
The seat projection for May was centre-right 59 seats, centre-left 61.
We show the current New Zealand poll averages for party vote, country direction and preferred PM compared to three months ago, a year ago, three years ago and nine years ago. This allows easy comparisons between terms and Governments.
National’s party vote in May was 1% below a year ago and 5% lower than three years ago.
Labour’s party vote was 14% higher than a year ago and three years ago.
In the United States, Trump’s approval rating is a net 7% higher than a year ago
In the UK, The Conservatives have started to draw away from Labour in the polls and are currently projected to fall just short of a majority government.
In Australia, Turnbull has shown a big improvement in the polls in the last two months going from a -29% net approval rating to -11%.
In Canada, Trudeau is in real trouble having gone from a +7% approval rating three months ago to a -21% today.
We also carry details of polls on Winston Peters, M Bovis, petrol tax, superannuation and The Commonwealth as well as business and consumer confidence.
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