Mood of the cafeteria: Bayleys

Last updated 05:00 01/11/2011
Lyle McMahon

New Zealand workers talk about the important issuesin the lead up to the November 26 general election.

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As the nation prepares to go to the polls on November 26, stuff.co.nz is talking to average working New Zealanders about the issues concerning them this election.

Each day this week we are going into a different workplace to gain a snapshot of what people are thinking about as they consider how to cast their vote.

The cost of living and the state of the economy were top of mind for employees at transport and logistics company Mainfreight yesterday.

Today reporter Maria Slade is at the Bayleys Real Estate café in downtown Auckland, where the issues capturing workers' attention range from capital gains tax to the length of the parliamentary term.

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