The country's top bosses want fewer tax cuts and more investment in housing and infrastructure.
The New Zealand Herald's Mood of the Boardroom survey of 90 CEOs, shows 97 percent think National has better policies for businesses.
But Herald Business Editor, Hamish Fletcher told Rachel Smalley in spite of this, more than half don't support personal income tax cuts, preferring investment in other areas.
"Housing, infrastructure, education, health and climate change. And if there are to be personal income tax cuts, many of the respondents in the survey thought that should got to middle and low income earners."