The headline gives the strongest indicator yet that Labour might roll Goff.
Voters prefer Labour policy but not party:
However, it is the small fry which bring much more interest this morning from Herald-Digipol.
ACT down to just 1.4% party vote. Hellooooooo Dr Brash. Where aaaaaaare you? Yooohooooo! Show us your polling. Show us your polling.
Maori Party up slightly with 2.0% party vote.
Capital Gains Tax - despite The Herald's misleading sub heading indicating broad approval, the highest score was 'no opinion/don't know..' at 24.6%
Asset Renewal - National had better get off its collective arse and sell this concept which Labour has hijacked, misrepresented and cemented into the public mind as 'evil asset sales.'
Repayment of National Debt - a huge forty-three percent of New Zealand's population are dead shit dumbarses who think a capital gains tax which raises nothing in it's first seven years is the best way to pay down the national debt.