Byker has been a Labour stronghold for as long as many of its residents can remember.
Local Labour MP Nick Brown has held this seat since 1983, but will their loyalty to the party remain as we prepare for another General Election?
We went to Shields Road in Byker to hear what the people on this shopping street have to say.
Gloria Leach has always voted Labour in the past, but now she is undecided as she does not like Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The night shift worker explains: "I’ve watched all of the debates, but I still don’t know who to vote for to be honest, I’m in two minds."
Homelessness is an issue close to Gloria’s heart, as she feels it is a big issue in Byker.
And while Corbyn promises to end homelessness if he gets into power, it seems this is not enough to secure her vote.
Similarly, Tom Keighley is torn between which party will get his vote.
The 31-year-old explains: "I don’t know how I will be voting at the moment as I’m weighing up all of the possibilities.
"The party that I would like to vote for is incoherent around Brexit, so I’ll have to do some reading up on their manifestos I think."
Karl Nicholson, 39, has not voted in previous general elections, but he will be voting Labour on December 12 as he wants a second referendum.
The property developer explains: "Labour are the only real option for a second referendum. Liberal Democrats would be my preferred choice, but I’m voting tactically."
Karl explains that he is embarrassed to say that he voted to leave the EU in 2016, but he feels it was wrongly sold.
He adds: "A lot more information has come out after the referendum.
"When you look at all the lies that have been told and the way things have gone over the last three-and-a-half years, I think it’s only right we get a second vote.
"I don’t think Corbyn is ideal, but this is the only chance of getting a second referendum really."
Derek Robson, 69, explains that he is always open minded when it comes to an election, but Corbyn and his policies has lost him the Labour vote.
Pledging to vote for the Conservatives, he said: "I wouldn’t give Corbyn the time of day, they have absolutely devastated this country.
"People do not realise the danger he will cause to this country if he gets in power. He will take this country back to how it was in the 70s, and believe me that time was a nightmare.
"He makes up his policies as he goes along and not one of them is credible."