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Could Labour's popularity spell trouble for Māori Party?

The latest Newshub Reid Research poll reflects Labour's popularity through COVID-19 and has rocketed up to 56.5 per cent under Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's leadership.

The results suggest that Labour will secure 72 seats in parliament, therefore, they would not need a coalition Government at this year's elections to enter a second term.

But does soaring numbers for Labour spell trouble for the Māori Party?