Judith Collins isn't so sure, and some of her MPs aren't sure she'll survive to see the next election anyway.
Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson says Judith Collins has been pushing a "racist narrative".
"I think her days are numbered."
Newshub can reveal National hasn't done internal polling since the election.
Newshub-Reid Research polling shows 44.5 percent of Kiwis think National is being divisive.
"I don't really get into the politics of the Opposition and who their leader is going to be."
I am now thinking National has lost their belief in Collins to the extent that a change could come before or just after Christmas, says Duncan Garner.
Preferred Prime Minister numbers are the death knell for Collins as leader, says Political Editor Tova O'Brien.
Race row failing for Judith Collins, Jacinda Ardern keeps her sweeping majority in Newshub-Reid Research Poll.
"Labour is applying a perspective that the Treaty requires co-governance in policy, law, and in their communication with New Zealanders."
"That sends a message to us in the political system that we should be looking at the way our regime works."
Waka Kotahi-NZTA data shows $34.8 million has been spent since October 2017.
ACT MP Nicole McKee said the Māori Party did not represent her.
It was a day filled with protest at Parliament.
"I'm the leader of the Opposition. I'm not going to have my head petted and be told to sit down and be a good little girl."
"I think it's supposed to be about manliness and stuff, isn't it?"
"It seems in Government there is a commitment to partnership, but in Opposition there is a race to the bottom."
"They did not ask the New Zealand population to sign up to it and they didn't actually have the conversations."
The former Opposition leader says the book won't be political.
"It is important that just because the Prime Minister said this, that we should question that."
"I don't want to see New Zealand become a two-system country without having a proper discussion."
The Public Service Association says the proposed FPAs don't go far enough.
The Greens are outraged by the Government's public sector pay freeze.
"If Mongrel Mob Kingdom members get better educated, they get better jobs."
The Green MP is "immensely" disappointed.
National leader Judith Collins says the Speaker is the biggest bully in Parliament.
The political editor said National "will be doing everything in its power" to get Mallard replaced.
"If this was a National Party Speaker, what would she be doing?"
In Parliament on Tuesday evening, he pushed back against claims he'd ruined the man's life.
Jacinda Ardern in Parliament expressed disappointment over how the debate had played out.