Political analyst Colin Rallings says Labour has exceeded expectations in the local elections, as the coalition parties suffer from "mid-term blues".
Labour leader Ed Miliband said the Party is "getting a good response on the doorstep" from voters as he urged people to get behind Ken Livingstone tomorrow.
Professor Colin Rallings, ITV News election analyst
Nick Clegg has signalled that he expects the Liberal Democrats to avoid another bloodbath in this week's local council elections.
The Deputy Prime Minister said he believed the mood in the country had changed since last year's elections when his party lost 800 councillors.
"The more people hear Ken and Boris, the less they like it," Liberal Democrat candidate for London mayor Brian Paddick says.
He insisted that the London mayoral election is "not a referendum on the national position."