This morning’s Herald Poll is a dosey:
The poll, with a margin of error of 4.4 per cent, shows National is emerging unscathed from the period of political mudslinging and revelations about the Brethren. It also shows that Dr Brash’s rating as preferred Prime Minister is rising and Helen Clark’s is falling.
Asked if Dr Brash was right to call Labour corrupt, 51.8 per cent said yes and 38.4 per cent said no.
This is interesting, especially as it doesn’t include the refusal to pay the money back. That I suspect would drive the numbers far higher.