The latest Newshub-Reid Research poll sends a major blow to Labour as it becomes the only party to lose public support with a fall of 9.2 percent, with the party now sitting at 41.6 percent.
Most of that went to National, which is on 43.9 percent - up 6.5. This is enough to overtake Labour, and good news for National and leader Simon Bridges.
But it's not enough to rule because the Greens are on 6.3 percent - up 0.1 percent - and keeping Labour in power.
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New Zealand First got a sprinkle of Labour's lost stardust - moving up 1.2 percent to 4 percent. It's not enough to get over the 5 percent threshold into Parliament, but in a non-election year this is a good result for leader Winston Peters and co.
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