Not much lasts long on me.
Daily as in daytime (i.e. work, casual, etc.):
-- VETIVER (1961) BY GUERLAIN
--Tommy Bahama (Tommy Bahama)
-- L'Eau D'Issey pour Homme (1994) by Issey Miyake
The above suggestions weighed heavily on daytime appropriate instead of specifically long lasting. Unfortunately, the ones I'm familiar with as having great longevity, were missing the daytime quality. The above also kept in mind your requirement of DAILY; meaning nearly every day. Thus, fragrances were chosen that would not smell the same all the time and cause olfactory fatigue or boredom.
Original Vetiver (Creed) could be tried. It is a favorite of mine and many others. Personally, I get tired of it as an every day scent. On me, it's linear for a while, then BAM...wonderful sandalwood dry down.
Like all suggestions, take them as pointers toward further research (by you) to narrow down options. Then, sample or test a few times*. Buying blind is very risky.
* If sample vials can not be obtained, I suggest, essentially, go in to the retailer with clean & scent-neutral skin, apply, and leave. Don't confuse your nose with smelling other fragrances on cards or spending too much time inside as it soaks up the atmosphere of the stench of a thousand notes left by the cloud of others spraying.