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Asking the question: Is Ardern ready for PM?

Sep 8th, 2017 | By | Category: Editor's Picks, Front Page Layout, News, Radio News

Labour is at 43%, while National dropped to 39% as the preferred part in the Colmar Brunton poll released on August 31.

Labour leader Jacinda Ardern is leading the preferred prime minister ranking with 35, compared to Bill English’s 31%.

Both parties still need the support of New Zealand First, which remains in the king or queen-maker position, despite dropping two percentage points.

The Green Party has recovered slightly to 5, just scraping the threshold needed to enter parliament.

Gareth Morgan’s Lipstick-on-a-pig comment about Ardern may be behind The Opportunities Party fall to 1%.

And With Peter Dunne’s exit from politics the United Future Party look unlikely to survive the election.

Both United Future and ACT received less than 1% of the poll

Jacinda Asdern has a good chance of being the next Prime Minister, and those attending an election debate on housing were asked if they thought she was suitable for the job.

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