Conservatives polling at 4.6%

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The New Zealand Conservative Party has increased its popularity according to a recent survey of New Zealand voters.
The Colin Craig led party scored 2.1% at the last election but have been polling as high as 4.1%.
Colin Craig is successful businessman who decided to start the Conservative Party. He uses alot of his own money to fund the party.
This shows that the party is growing in support.
The Conservative Party are pushing 4 main election points
1. Binding referendums.
2. No tax on the first $20,000 you earn.
3. One rule for all.
4. Tougher penalties on criminals. 
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