The leaders of British Columbia's two main political parties are making a final push on the last full day of campaigning before voters go to the polls on Tuesday.

Christy Clark's B.C. Liberals are strategically targeting a handful of ridings they feel could use a final push, including stops on southern Vancouver Island, and are mainly focused on key ridings in the Lower Mainland.

Clark will end the day in what could be her biggest election fight of all — her own riding of Vancouver-Point Grey.

On Monday morning, Clark put focus on economic growth and warnings of what she thinks an NDP government would look like.

"The NDP has said they want to add $3 billion in new funding for government so they can grow government and there's only one place you get $3 or $4 billion in new spending: you get that out of people's pockets in new taxes."

On Saturday, Clark received a late campaign boost with an endorsement from The Globe and Mail, but Adrian Dix and his New Democrats still appear to have a significant lead in most polls.

NDP leader Adrian Dix is on a blitz of 14 centres as he tries to end the string of Liberal victories that have kept them in power for 12 years.

The next 24 hours will be a non-stop whirlwind for Dix, starting on Vancouver Island and ending 1,700 kilometres later at his campaign office in East Vancouver.

Early Monday morning, Dix highlighted the anti-attack style of his party's campaign.

"Anyone who's watched TV has seen the kind of campaign the Liberal party has run: personal attack after personal attack on me. We haven't responded in kind. I don't mention Christy Clark in our ads. I think we've been more respectful and I think that's why people have come to the NDP."

The latest results from our Vote Compass survey show how strongly people feel about who they're supporting, and who their second choice would be. 

With files from the CBC's Stephen Smart