The latest One News Colmar Brunton poll is out. National drop one to 47%, Labour gain that point to lift to 32%, the Greens rise to 13% and NZ First are steady on 7%.
The result in June was National 48, Labour 31, Greens 10, NZF 7
The poll was conducted between the 11th and the 15th of July. Labour released its analysis of the Auckland Housing data on the 11th. The poll has a 3.1% error rate from 1000 respondents.
The economic confidence survey continues its steady decline. Only 36% of respondents think the future will be better, down an astonishing 9% from last month. 41 % believe things are going to get worse, up a whopping 10%.
Labour got a decent lift in the last Roy Morgan poll and that rise continues in this One News Colmar Brunton. National appear to be driving on black ice. If there was an election held today, National would need probably need NZ First support to remain the Government. A Labour +NZF+ Greens combo would have a comfortable majority.
Edit: One News report: