An exclusive Good Morning Britain poll has indicated that the parties have not done enough to convince floating voters to pick them in May's General Election.
The survey, carried out by ComRes found that nearly half of undecided voters did not know which leader to trust to tell the truth and almost a third would not know who to vote for even if making a decision was an immediate legal requirement.
According to the latest poll findings Labour do have a narrow lead with 21% of respondents in the ComRes/GMB poll saying they would vote for them compared to 18% who favoured the Conservatives. UKIP came in third in the poll of undecided voters.
The most important topics that those polled felt needed to be addressed were issues involving the NHS and immigration.
The findings of the poll come as the nation looks ahead to the General Election and undecided voters face the prospect of having just over a month to decide who they want to govern the country.