Tonight's political poll puts Labour on 46 percent and National on 31 percent with just one day until election day. Friday, 9 October 2020, 10:20 am | Council of Outdoor Recreation Associations of NZ . Over the weekend, Greens co-leader James Shaw said having NZ First back in Government after September 19 was a "risk that I don't think is worth taking in the next term". Latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll puts Labour at 46 and National on 31 per cent, minutes before Judith Collins and Jacinda Ardern face off in one last debate. Both are down 1 percent. Labour could govern alone based on the results of tonight's 1 News/Colmar Brunton poll. While National would want to do better, Collins and the way she's doing the job sees her winning the approval of 50 per cent, far outstripping her two predecessors. The second graph shows parties that received less than 10% of the party vote in the 2017 election, and are routinely included by polling companies. In the preferred Prime Minister stakes, Labour leader Jacinda Ardern is on 55 per cent (up 5), National's Judith Collins on 20 per cent (down 3), and Act's David Seymour on 3 per cent (up 1). ACT was on 8 per cent and NZ First up a percentage point to 3 per cent. The second graph shows parties that received less than 10% of the party vote in the 2017 election, and are routinely included by polling companies. New Zealand First is up on 3 percent. The poll provides a snapshot in time of where the electorate’s preferences lie. NZ First got in the way of the ‘feebate’ scheme. 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Labour has kept its dominant lead but still can't govern alone, according to a political poll ahead of the final debate between Judith Collins and Jacinda Ardern. The poll showed 14 per cent were still either undecided or wouldn't say how they would vote. Labour Party - 53% (up 3%) National Party - 32% (down 6%)Green Party - 5% (down 1%)ACT - 4.8% (up 1.7%)New Zealand First - 2% (up 0.2%)New Conservative - 1.2%Māori Party - 1% Don't Know/Refused - 14%, • Labour Party 67• National Party 41• Green Party 6• ACT Party 6. The previous 1 News poll – nine days out from the election – showed Labour with a 15-point lead over National. The final poll leading up to the 2017 General Election gave National 46% of the party vote and Labour 37%. Summary of poll results given below from the election result 23 September 2017. Labour can govern alone as latest political poll continues trend. Former National MP Jonathan Coleman and former Green Party policy director David Cormack join Lisa Owen with their opinions. NZ First leader Winston Peters and ACT leader David Seymour both polled 1 per cent. The poll shows Labour with 46 percent, National 31 percent, the Greens up two points to 8 percent. Judith Collins is on 20 percent. Newshub is covering the 2020 general election live: access the latest polls & results here. Collins and Ardern will go head to head in one final debate live debate at 7pm on Thursday, hosted by TVNZ. Act holds at 8 percent, and New Zealand First has had a rise to 3 percent. Labour is on 46 per cent, down 1 percentage point, while … NZ First would not return to Parliament without winning an electorate seat as they remain under the 5 per cent threshold. She grabbed election coverage by saying it was fat people’s fault they were fat. That would give Labour 59 seats, National 40, Act 10 and the Greens 11. In that exchange, she called a reporter's questions "stupid" and then backtracked on comments from the day before by saying she was joking. The first graph shows trend lines averaged across all polls for all political parties that are routinely included by polling companies. This poll had Labour at 60. Ardern v Collins: PM's sly dig at National leader, Tea and scones with Judith Collins: Her journey from 'little angel' to Crusher, Ardern welcomes Rob Fyfe back as her Covid-19 private sector conduit, Comment | Time's up for time-wasting Winston Peters, Judith Collins to reveal internal polling to National Party MPs tomorrow - NZ Herald, Richard Shaw: Rogue poll or not, all the signs point to a tectonic shift in New Zealand politics - NZ Herald, Election 2020: National crushed in new Newshub-Reid Research poll as Labour soars - NZ Herald, Heather du Plessis-Allan: Was it a rogue poll? The first graph shows trend lines averaged across all polls for all political parties that are routinely included by polling companies. Commentators wonder if it’ll be another Labour landslide in the seven seats of if the Māori Party is set to make a stunning return. There has been a surge in support for Greens in the latest 1 News Colmar Brunton political poll, which shows Labour needing their support to govern. The poll ran from Saturday through until last night. The results in this latest poll mean if an election were held today National would have 60 seats in Parliament, Labour would have 51, the Greens would have eight and ACT would have one. The Newshub/ Reid Research poll had NZ First on 2 per cent – well below the 5 per cent threshold. The poll comes after National’s Judith Collins threw everything but the kitchen sink at gaining attention on the campaign trail. The future was not looking rosy for NZ First, which was still languishing below the 5 per cent threshold on 2 per cent. The New Conservative Party is on 2 per cent, and TOP, Advance NZ and the Māori Party are all on 1 per cent. The Greens have dipped slightly, down by one point to five. By October 12 a million had already cast their ballot. Behind is ACT on 8 percent and the Green Party on 8 percent, up two. But the Greens were safe – only just – on 5.7 per cent. Act is steady on 8 per cent, the Greens up two percentage points to 8 per cent, and NZ First up two points to 3 per cent. However it is a much better result than the 25 per cent National scored in a Newshub/Reid Research poll earlier this week. The latest NZ political news and analysis. Labour can govern alone as latest political poll continues trend. Ardern told 1 News she was pleased with the steady support that Labour has had. Despite publicly talking about National's internal numbers, Collins has refused to provide them when asked by media. Labour needs to reach the magic number of 61 seats to govern alone. There has been a surge in support for Greens in the latest 1 News Colmar Brunton political poll, which shows Labour needing their support to govern. Act holds at 8 percent, and New Zealand First has had a rise to 3 percent. With just two days left to vote, Jacinda Ardern is still out front as the preferred Prime Minister on 55 percent. On individual performance, 74 per cent approved of Ardern's performance as Prime Minister, while 45 per cent approved of Judith Collins' performance as leader of the National Party. "When my eyebrow goes up", it's a joke," she said, before quipping "do you not understand a joke", soon after. 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Tonight's 1News/ Colmar Brunton follows Collins' testy clash with reporters on her way into National's weekly caucus meeting on Tuesday. Claire Trevett: How long can Judith Collins survive? That would give Labour 59 seats, National 40, Act 10 and the Greens 11. '34-year torture continues': Aussie media stunned by ABs rookie, Matthew Hooton: Triumphant Greens face difficult choice. The poll shows Labour with 46 percent, National 31 percent, the Greens up two points to 8 percent. Shaw and NZ First leader Winston Peters have been loggerheads for the last few weeks over a number of issues. The Labour Party would not be able to form a government on its own and would need the support of the Greens, on the latest numbers. National and new leader Judith Collins are at 32 per cent in a new political poll tonight - 21 points behind Labour.