In a small street poll, Labour appear to be winning the battle for the party vote in Napier but with a large number of undecided voters still to make up their minds, anything could happen.
Hawke's Bay Today did an unscientific and random snap poll of 50 people to see what the vibe on the street was for this year's general election when it came to the party vote.
Members of the public were asked: "If an election was held today who would get your party vote?
The poll showed Labour had a clear lead with 19 votes (38 per cent). Many of those who chose Labour said it was time for a change.
Napier's Keri Campbell said: "I've always voted Labour, it's probably a habit. But with National it's the same rubbish but different day."
Karen Mott put it simply: "We need something different from what we are getting now."
National were the second highest party with eight votes (16 per cent) and Dianne Buckman said she was leaning towards National because of their leader.
"I'm going to put John Key back in. He's doing alright. "
As with last week's poll in Hastings, The Greens appear to be the third preferred party getting four votes.
Napier's Aria Ngaronoa told Hawke's Bay Today she'd be casting her party vote for the Maori Party.
"That's because they can work with the other parties. "
Maori Party, NZ First and Conservative all grabbed one vote each in the poll.
• If an election was held today who would get your party vote?
National: 8 (16 per cent)
Labour: 19 (38 per cent)
Green: 4 (8 per cent)
NZ First: 1 (2 per cent)
Conservative Party: 1 (2 per cent)
Maori Party: 1 (2 per cent)
Mana Party: 0
Don't Know: 16 (32 per cent)