One week into the election campaign, and there are few changes in the parties' fortunes in the latest political polls.
In two polls published on Thursday, the National Party maintains a large lead over the Labour Party.
In the ONE News Colmar Brunton poll released on Thursday night the National Party has 56% support - the same as its poll in October.
The Labour and Green parties also remain about the same - at 30% and 9%, respectively.
The Greens are the only smaller party registering above the 5% threshold needed to get into Parliament.
New Zealand First has 2.2% support, while the Maori Party is on 1.3%.
ACT, the Mana Party and United Future all have less than 1% support.
The poll was taken between Saturday and Wednesday this week and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1%.
A New Zealand Herald DigiPoll paints a similar picture. In that poll Labour dips below 30% to 29.1%, with National well in front on 54.2% support.
Again, only the Greens are above 5%, with 10.1% support.
The DigiPoll survey of 750 voters was conducted between Friday and Wednesday and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6%.