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World Jacinda Ardern 'proud' despite latest poll results

02:05  03 december  2019
02:05  03 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is taking Labour's dip in the latest Colmar Brunton poll with a grain of salt.

The party fell to 39 percent support, its lowest level since December 2017, while National dropped a point to 46 percent.

But Ardern says it's only a one percent difference from the previous poll and she isn't fazed.

"I rely on the feedback I get from New Zealanders, because it does matter to me what they think of how we're doing," she told The AM Show on Tuesday. "The feedback I get is that they see we're making progress and I'm really proud of that."

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Ardern said she's always maintained a "healthy skepticism" about polls.

"I don't think the public want us to live poll-to-poll," she said. 

Political commentator Bryce Edwards said next year's election is still anyone's game and what will make things more interesting come election time is the smaller players. 

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"New Zealand First is below that five-percent threshold, so at this stage, they are looking like they won't make it back in," Edwards told Newshub. "That will have a big impact on whether Labour or National can govern."

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Edwards said Ardern's popularity overseas doesn't always translate here.

However, Ardern is still well ahead of National leader Simon Bridges, who is at 10 percent.

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Edwards said MMP elections are always close.

"National and Labour are going to bounce around," he said. "They're both going to be around the 40 percent or mid-40s mark, and they'll swap."

In October, the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll found the age of Jacindamania was over.

Labour was the only party to lose support in Newshub's poll. It fell to 41.6 percent - down by 9.2 percent.

Most of that went to National, which was on 43.9 percent - up 6.5 percent.

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