Before I move on from yesterday's BBC internet election coverage, here's a post from the BBC's polling expert last night:
2205: Two of the latest polls show that only 5% separates the parties in first and third place, while in the other the gap is just 4%, says David Cowling, editor of BBC political research. "All three polls keep this election firmly in hung parliament territory, with Labour the largest party," he says. "It is still a genuinely close three-horse race."
And that was it for last night on the polls.
This puzzles me because there were (as far as I can see) only two polls last night, and neither bares any resemblance to the figures Mr Cowling is describing:
Conservatives - 33
Lib Dems - 32
Labour - 24
Conservative - 34
Labour - 28
Lib Dems - 28
What on earth is going on here?
The BBC blog this morning isn't mentioning any of those polls but, surprise surprise, it has already found space for this:
0843: Former Labour spin doctor Charlie Whelan tweets some good news for the party in Wales: Western Mail poll in Wales. Lab 37.5 Tories 23.5 Libs 21 Read Charlie Whelan's tweets
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