The much maligned New Zealand Rugby Union has the support of the majority of the public, according to a new poll.
The NZRU has been under fire over a number of issues in recent years, including the reappointment of Graham Henry, the revamp of the provincial rugby competition and a disappointing run for the All Blacks in the first part of the 2009 season.
However, the majority of people say the union is doing a good job. A DigiPoll carried out for nzherald.co.nz asked 600 people if they had faith in the NZRU to administer professional and amateur rugby properly.
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