National leader Judith Collins was in Auckland today preparing for tonight’s debate. Photo / Stacy Squires
The major parties have slipped in the latest poll with Labour unable to form a standalone government.
Labour is on 46 per cent, down 1 percentage point, while National is on 31 per cent, also down 1 percentage point, in the 1 News Colmar Brunton poll tonight.
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.
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