The now infamous poll which puts Cameron's Conservatives up to 43%, with Brown's Labour down on 28% and Sir Ming's LibDems struggling on 18% has attracted much coverage on the news and the blogs.
This poll, if true and applied on a uniform swing, would deliver Mr Cameron every seat in the East of England with the exception of Colchester. That would include two sensational gains in both Norwich seats.
I have warned the party to keep the champagne on ice over these individual polls. A snapshot of opinion is, well, just that - a snapshot. You need to look for a clear trend of movement and a zone of polling before reading anything into it.
However, having said that Cameron is hitting all of the targets I have been setting myself for excitement.
I just wanted a lead to begin with - he gave me that.
I then wanted a sustained lead over Labour - he gave me that.
I then wanted to hit the 37-39% box - he gave me that.
I then wanted to hit 40% - he gave me that.
I then wanted a double digit lead - he gave me that.
I then wanted the same over Brown - he gave me that.
I then wanted to hit the 42-43% over Brown box - he's now given me that.
I don't want to get excited by polls but the movement and the trend are with Cameron (he has, as I'm sure somebody might say, the big mo'). Each time I set Cameron a higher bar for me to get excited he has jumped over it. I am now, therefore, allowing myself a sly smug grin - but nothing more.
Cameron looks increasingly like the election winning real-deal.
So let me set him the final hurdle. Let's see him get to 45% against Brown sustained over a few months and I'll get excited.