Nevermind yet another YouGov opinion poll putting UKIP at 9%, level with the LibDems, despite far less media coverage.
Last night's Question Time performance from Nigel Farage saw something very unusual happen. Twitter exploded in reaction to Farage as always, but this time, this time the number of people with favourable comments seemed to have shot up.
People every few minutes were saying that it was UKIP for them. That they'd had enough of the rest of them. Critically, Nigel Farage was not just tapping into disaffection, it was positively swinging behind him and his Party. Tweet after tweet of new supporters, particularly young people, announced that they had joined UKIP.
I have never seen anything like it online in British politics. The opinion polls can be scoffed out, but the evidence is out there. Whether you look at YouGov's daily polls which have had UKIP as the third party, or Survation's recent survey which has the Party on course for 2 London Assembly seats, something is really going on out there in the run up to May 3rd.
Oh, and if you really doubt what I'm saying, then you may like to know that UKIP beat the Conservatives, LibDems and Labour to win a by-election in Seaford last night. A sign of things to come?