The voting public are growing weary of recent political scandals plaguing Parliament.
After recent inappropriate behaviour by National MP Andrew Falloon and Minister of Workplace Relations Iain Lees-Galloway people 1 NEWS spoke were not impressed.
1 NEWS spoke to voters in New Plymouth and Wairarapa - where Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins were campaigning today.
“I think the biggest thing at the moment is whether we can trust our MPs,” a woman said.
“It's certainly been hideous, all sorts of things happening,” said another.
“One you can tolerate, two oh hello what's going on, but three or four!” a man said.
Another woman simply called it a “shambles”.
With just 58 days to the election Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins will be working hard to pull the focus away from the muck of recent political affairs - and back on to policy issues that matter.
The leaders will also be hoping it doesn’t affect voter turnout.
“One of the main reasons people don't vote, is a distrust of the system and a distrust that their vote makes a difference,” political scientist Lara Greaves says.