It was another bad poll result for National Party leader Simon Bridges last night ahead of today's leadership vote.
The One News/Colmar Brunton poll laid bare the scale of Bridges' popularity problem. National Party support dropped to 29 percent, its lowest in the poll for 15 years and just half of Labour's 59 percent.
In the preferred Prime Minister stakes Bridges was down 6 percentage points to just 5 percent.
Simon Bridges has led the National Party for two years and almost three months - but that tenure could end today if his party decide the Tauranga MP is not the man to take National into September's election.
But what does the public think of him?