The Maori Party is streaking ahead of Labour in Tamaki Makaurau and not just on the electorate vote.
A Marae-Digipoll out this morning surveyed 400 voters in the Maori seat between September 15 and October 7. The error of margin was 4.9 percent.
It put Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples on 77.4 percent support while Labour MP Louisa Wall only secured 13.5 percent.
Ms Wall is ranked 43rd on Labour's list, which on current polling would see her back in New Zealand Parliament, but only just.
The Maori Party got 41.2 percent support on the other tick and Labour got 37.5 percent.
New Zealand First got 7.3 percent, National 5.9 percent and the Greens 4 percent.
Voters in the electorate preferred Helen Clark as Prime Minister with 39 percent support. She was followed by Winston Peters on 10.2 percent and Dr Sharples on 7.2.
Of those polled, 63.8 percent did not think the Maori Party should form a coalition with National.
The Maori Party has four MPs, all in Maori seats. It has high hopes of winning all seven this election, and is ahead in the polls in six and neck-and-neck in the seventh, Hauraki-Waikato.