All the other Sunday newspaper polls (see HERE on ConHome) also show the LibDems with a stonking increase on support. They've certainly got what George Bush Senior used to call "The Big Mo". But the big question we're all asking, is it sustainable or will their poll lead disappear like a flat souffle as the campaign wears on.
Buggered if I know, to be honest.
As someone wrote earlier today, it's as if normal politics has come to an end and we have entered another wave of post Diana mass hysteria. It defies logic, but it seems now that everybody loves Nick!
On Thursday night I said it wasn't really worth looking at the polls until Sunday or Monday. Well, we're at Sunday and I really wish I wasn't looking at the polls. But we have to deal with things as they are and not how we might wish them to be.
If the Tories go on to win, I have no doubt that in the post election books, this will be written up as the Wobbly Weekend in the Tory campaign. It truly is 'squeaky bum time', as Sir Alex Ferguson might put it. The test of a good campaign is how it transcends this sort of setback - and let's agree, it is a setback. I purposely haven't phoned contacts at CCHQ or any Shadow Ministers because I think it's going to be more interesting just to observe how they all react and what changes in the Tory campaign.
I suspect the debate will be between those who think nothing should change, and that we should all Keep Calm & Carry On, and those who think that the Clegg phenomenon needs to be reacted to.
I tend to belong in the first camp. No one should panic. The campaign strategy will need to be tweaked, but not abandoned.
What people need to remember about David Cameron is that he is always at his best when his back is against the wall. He's amazingly resilient. Older readers will remember me dubbing him a 'weeble' - on the basis that weebles wobble but they don't fall down.*
You are about to see evidence of that. Mark my words.
* For foreign readers, that is a reference to a TV advert in the 1980s for a kid's toy.