New Zealand

Bill English and National lead in the polls months before an election


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Prime Minister Bill English, who took over from John Key in December last year, is holding on to a strong lead in the polls according to a One News Colmar Brunton poll cited widely across the media.

Bill English is said to have 31% support as the preferred prime minister whilst the main opposition Labour leader Andrew Little is on 7%.

The ruling National Party is on 46% support down from 50% whilst Labour is on 30% up from 28%.

New Zealand will hold a general election on Saturday 23 September 2017.

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