Labour has surged six points to be back over 30% for the first time in a year. It now sits at 31%.
National has also risen however - climbing four points to 49% - with the minor parties taking the hit.
The Greens meanwhile are down to 10, New Zealand First is back two points to six and the Maori Party is steady on two.
The Conservative Party has slipped three points down to one.
When converted into seats in Parliament, National has 60, Labour has 39, the Greens have 12, NZ First has seven and the Maori Party has two. ACT and United Future have one-a-piece.
ONE News Political Editor Corin Dann says Labour's success in the poll can be attributed to the party's leader.
"Andrew Little has done it and I think that will give him a great boost of confidence," he said.