There is much in the media about a poll published today that showed a substantial lead for the No to AV campaign. That is great news, the Yes campaign has failed to put a decent message across in my opinion - and for good reason, I am not sure there is a message that is strong enough to counter the arguments in favour of a No vote. Our system of electing MPs is not broken, there is no need to change it and no need to complicate it.
However, it is important to warn against complacency and ensure there is a good turn out. I know the Lib Dems, and I know that however decisive the No vote on Thursday, they will not accept a democratic mandate and will do anything to repeat the referendum until they get there way. The No vote on Thursday needs to win, it needs to win decisively and with as high a turnout as possible. That is the only way the Lib Dems will be without an excuse for electoral reform for a generation (but I suspect even that won't stop them).