Inside Parliament: 1 NEWS' latest political poll

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This week 1 NEWS Māori Affairs reporter Yvonne Tahana and Sam Sachdeva from Newsroom join political reporter Katie Bradford to discuss the latest 1 NEWS poll.

The latest podcast instalment breaks down the numbers, and what the 1 NEWS poll could mean.
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In Monday's poll, Labour jumped nine points on its December poll result, to 48 per cent, its highest level in 15 years.

National has slipped three points since December to 43 per cent.

As Labour soars, both NZ First and the Greens have fallen in the latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll.
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The Greens are down two per cent to five per cent, and New Zealand First is below the five per cent threshold at three per cent, down two this poll.

Our Q+A 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll shows National's support up, while the coalition partners combined stay much the same.

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It's clear from the poll that Labour's rise is coming at the expense of its partners in Government, the Greens and New Zealand First.

Political analyst Dr Bryce Edwards said Labour's best poll result since 2003, at 48 per cent approval, has been very much guided by the eventful personal life of the Prime Minister in the New Year.

Dr Bryce Edwards says the PM’s pregnancy has renewed “Jacinda-mania”, fuelling Labour’s best poll result since 2003.
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1 NEWS Maori Affairs reporter Yvonne Tahana and Sam Sachdeva from Newsroom join Katie Bradford.
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