According to Newshub however, 20.7 per cent of voters were still undecided. National would be down to 32, the Greens would have seven and ACT four. In terms of the party vote, the poll showed most Auckland Central Labour voters in 2017 – 77.6 per cent – were also planning to vote Labour again. Thirteen per cent of voters polled were still either undecided or would not say how they would vote. Among Act voters, 55.2 per cent were planning to vote for Mellow. Election 2020: Who are the MPs ejected from the Beehive? Have your say, Winston Peters' $100 bet with Mike Hosking over support 'surge', Election 2020: Test your vote against policy choices in our interactive - NZ Herald, Election 2020: How Judith Collins and National win the 2020 election - NZ Herald. White, an employment lawyer, lost to Kaye by 1500 votes in 2017. The TVNZ-Colmar Brunton poll has Labour on 48 percent (down 5), National sitting at 31 percent (down 1), ACT on 7 (up 2), the Greens at 6 percent (up 1), and New Zealand First on 2. In terms of National voters, 68.6 per cent said they were going to vote blue this year, with 15.7 per cent switching Labour, the poll showed. The previous poll on September 28 showed Labour could no longer govern alone but could form a coalition with the Greens. Watch as Labour leader Jacinda Ardern reveals what she expects National leader Judith Collins to attack her on during their first TV debate. 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. On that poll result National would have 41 seats in Parliament - down from 54 now. The Greens were at 5.7 percent, New Zealand First were below the threshold on 2 percent and ACT was up to 3.3 percent. But a new Newshub Nation-Reid Research poll shows that White is well out ahead, on 42.3 per cent, with Mellow on 26.6 per cent and Swarbrick on 24.2 per cent. New Zealand First would also be out on the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll from late July. They were interviewed via landline, phone, online and on the street. While 4.7 per cent planned to vote National this time around, and 9.6 per cent for the Greens. Labour leader Jacinda Ardern's popularity has taken a 4 per cent hit which sees her on a rating of 50 per cent in the preferred Prime Minister stakes compared with Judith Collins steady on 23 per cent. NZ First has nudged up to 2 per cent, but still well short of the 5 per cent threshold despite leader Winston Peters' predictions of a "surge". Credits: Video - Newshub; Image - Getty. Labour's Helen White is leading in the hotly contested race for the Auckland Central seat, according to a new poll. According to Newshub, Mellow thought the poll was wrong and that support was actually much higher. Green Party co-leader James Shaw said the numbers showed there was a risk of one party being able to form a Government alone. There were 532 people who took part in the poll. It’s now turning it into one of the country’s most-watched electorates at the 2020 election. While 77.9 of National supporters were planning to vote for Mellow. That would give Labour 59 seats, National 40, Act 10 and the Greens 11. Meanwhile, Ardern was able to announce - as Prime Minister - that community transmission of Covid-19 had been contained and Auckland could join the rest of the country in alert level 1. NZ election 2020: Poll causes concern to Labour and Jacinda Ardern . New Zealand Election 2020: Jacinda Ardern could lose election, even if Labour comes first . Parties' will also be putting forward their economic plans at the ASB Great Debate. Live updates of that can be found here. You can catch live updates of that here. Online, Mellow said that it was a three-way race, and she would continue to campaign hard. The latest poll comes after a tricky week for National leader Judith Collins. She attracted large crowds on visits to Nelson, Lyttelton and Dunedin. According to the Newshub Nation-Reid Research poll, 15.7 per cent Labour voters were planning to vote for Swarbrick. That put Collins on the back foot ahead of the third leaders' debate in Christchurch, which she was widely considered to have lost to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Election 2020: NZ First leader Winston Peters' $100 bet with Mike Hosking over support 'surge' ... Election 2020: Sir John Key's resounding no on cannabis referendum - NZ Herald, decarbonise the entire public transport bus fleet, policy was criticised by Labour's governing partner the Greens, Election 2020: Advance NZ get close to 1 per cent, David Fisher: One final election in pursuit of Winston Peters. New poll shows state of play ahead of debate between Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins. Collins was also in defensive mode after being accused of politicising her faith by praying in front of cameras in a church before casting her vote on the weekend. The major parties have slipped in the latest poll with Labour unable to form a standalone government. On Facebook, White posted: “Really pleased by the poll result today. On these numbers Labour would be one seat shy of being able to govern alone. In a statement, Swarbrick said the poll showed that “every single vote counts”. She was demoted to number 17 on the party's list this week. But a new Newshub Nation-Reid Research poll shows that White is well out ahead, on 42.3 per cent, with Mellow on 26.6 per cent and Swarbrick on 24.2 per cent. New Zealand | Politics Election 2020 poll: Labour, Act steady, National, Greens dip. New Zealand First would also be out on the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll from late July. Labour would have 60. The first of the televised debates is taking place later on Tuesday night. Collins said she believed it was still anybody's race. There was the embarrassing leak of an email from National MP Denise Lee, in which she described Collins' new local government policy as a "nightmare" and criticised the party's culture under their new leader. On this poll, Labour could govern alone with 62 seats. New Zealand First, without an electorate seat, would be out of Parliament. Jacinda Ardern has dropped in the preferred PM stakes while Judith Collins is steady. It belongs to the people of Auckland Central. Bubble breaks: 55 NZ passengers travelled to Melbourne, 25 to Perth, Matthew Hooton: Triumphant Greens face difficult choice. Act holds at 8 percent, and New Zealand First has had a rise to 3 percent. Green Party MP and Auckland Central candidate Chloe Swarbrick says she does not want a deal in the electorate and has not sought one out. Ardern said she was keeping an eye on the polling "but I'm pretty happy with those numbers". Labour is on 46 per cent, down 1 percentage point, while … NZ First leader Winston Peters released its law and order policy this week, which included 1000 new cops, greater protection for first responders, and legislation to penalise "coward punches" and "gutless acts of violence". As it happened: Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins went head-to-head in first TV debate, Finance debate: Showdown between Robertson, Goldsmith, Seymour, Shaw, Tabuteau, Copyright © 2020 MediaWorks TV - All Rights Reserved, By subscribing you agree to our Terms of Access and Privacy Policy. The poll shows Labour with 46 percent, National 31 percent, the Greens up two points to 8 percent. READ MORE: * Election 2020: National picks Emma Mellow for Auckland Central race * Jacinda Ardern doesn't think Chlöe Swarbrick will win Auckland Central from National * Labour and National are polls apart, but the 'minor' parties could find comfort in the margins * Chlöe Swarbrick could save the Green Party in Auckland, but Labour would have to get out of the way * 'It's anyone's game': Auckland Central race wide-open after Nikki Kaye resigns - with Chlöe Swarbrick facing down Helen White. Claire Trevett: How long can Judith Collins survive? Only 60 per cent of Labour voters said they were going to vote for White. In regard to New Zealand's preferred Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern is at 54 percent, Judith Collins is at 18 percent, and both David Seymour and Winston Peters are on 2 percent. The policy was criticised by Labour's governing partner the Greens, which said it was too weak to meet New Zealand's international emissions obligations. 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