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Public undistracted by political turmoil

Despite the recent spate of resignations and recriminations, it’s the economy which matters most to voters, as the results of this poll show

27th February, 2010

After a dramatic few weeks in political life, in which the government and the main opposition party were convulsed by an unprecedented series of resignations, today’s latest Sunday Business Post/Red C tracking poll reveals the extent of the changes to the political landscape: zero.

Support for the three largest parties and for the Greens is unchanged since the last tracking poll a month ago. For all the sound and fury of the...

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