The polling stations open in under 10 hours and the final opinion polls are out. As we've seen throughout this campaign, there's not much variance at all, with all of the pollsters putting Labour and the Tories tied — or with a small lead within the margin of error. There's a few still to come and we'll update the list below as they are released:
Ipsos MORI and Lord Ashcroft are both due to release final surveys in the morning. We also have a final seat prediction from YouGov president Peter Kellner, based upon their final poll: Conservative 284, Labour 263, SNP 48, Lib Dems 31, Plaid Cymru 3 and Green 1. Based on this, a combination of the Tories and Lib Dems would give a total of 315 - nine short of a Commons majority. A combination of Labour, the SNP, Greens and Plaid would curiously also produce a total of 315 seats.
So, what is there to conclude? Not a lot, except that there are no outliers and all the pollsters are gathering around the 32-35 region for Labour and the Tories — hoping that at least there won't be too many eggs on faces when the results are known on Friday. But, there is only one poll that really matters: in 24 hours time, the BBC's exit poll, conducted by ComRes, will be out. Interestingly, I understand this poll won't include a swing number, as in previous years. Given the volatility of this election, you can see why. After six weeks of intense campaign, the election is finally upon us. And still, no one has a clue of what is going to happen tomorrow.