Voters do not like National's plans to sell shares in Air New Zealand and other state assets but they are not abandoning the party, a Herald-DigiPoll survey shows.
The party's popularity has not been dented despite a large majority of voters opposing one of its main policy planks for the election in six months - a partial sale of some state assets.
With 54.4 per cent support from decided voters, National has kept its commanding lead over Labour, which is on 33.7 per cent.
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