Labour and National have both taken a hit in the latest One News Colmar-Brunton poll - with the Act Party proving the big winner.
Tonight's poll puts Labour at 43 percent - down 3 - and National at 26 percent - also down 3. Act are at 14 percent - up 5 points. The Green Party on 8 percent - no change there.
As for preferred Prime Minister - Jacinda Ardern is still in the lead on 44 percent - but she's down 4 points, while Judith Collins falls behind David Seymour - who is on 11 percent.
Our political editor Jane Patterson joins me now from our Parliament studio.
A Christchurch woman who has a medical exemption to not wear a mask, says the judgement and stigma she faces in stores makes her condition even worse.
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She told our reporter Rachel...
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