During the election campaign RNZ is tracking polls, Facebook ads, campaign financing, data from the debates and advance voting numbers. The latest figures are published right here on this page.
The party vote decides the allocation of seats in Parliament. If a party doesn't reach the 5 percent threshold to get an allocation of seats, but does win an electorate seat, it will make it into Parliament.
The seat projection below reflects the current averaged party vote based on polls, as well an assumption Te Pāti Māori wins two electorate seats.
The amount of money gained from donations and loans is submitted each May. The latest available full data covers 2022. Data from 2023 only includes donations of more than $20,000, these donations must be reported to the Electoral Commission within 10 days of receipt.
Each election year the Electoral Commission allocates money to parties to be used for the broadcasting of election programmes and election advertising.