Despite Omicron arriving at our shores and a strong current of anger and frustration over MIQ, the Government is still somehow riding its pandemic popularity wave.
Support for Labour has increased in our latest Newshub-Reid Research poll. And there's bad news for David Seymour: ACT has absolutely tanked with the arrival of Christopher Luxon, a National leader that people actually seem to like.
While ACT will be licking its Luxon-inflicted wounds, the Omicron omni-shambles has not hit the Government where it hurts. Labour's pandemic power is unparalleled - the party is comfortably in front on 44.3 percent, up 1.6 points.
There's something for the blue team to celebrate too. National, welcome back to the 30s - the party is on 31.3 percent, up 4.4 points.
They've snatched support from their political partner ACT, which is on 8 percent, down 8 points - a halving of support.
And to rub salt in that wound, the Greens have overtaken ACT and are once again the third-largest party in Parliament on 9.6 percent, up 2.4 points.
Looking at the minor parties, they are all below the 5 percent threshold needed to get into Parliament, so there is not too much to see here - although since the Māori Party won an electorate seat, their 2 percent means they're in.
In Parliament, you need 61 seats to win. Labour's 56 won't get them there alone, so they need the 12 seats from the Greens to govern.
National is looking a bit beefier with 39 seats, but because they took it all from ACT - who've been whittled down to 10 seats - the right bloc only gets to 49 seats - 12 shy of a majority.
The Māori Party, with their 2 percent, have 3 seats.
The Newshub-Reid Research poll was conducted between 22 January – 4 February 2022 with a margin of error of 3.1 percent.