Some say that the Tories are headed for a landslide; others are convinced that Labour will squeak through; still others prognosticate that all will stay the same.
The first is that Britain seems to be reverting to its old two-party system, and nobody is sure what that will look like in practice.
In Scotland, the story is similar: Once ascendant, the SNP has discovered to its chagrin that voters in the Caledonia are tired of referenda, and that, post-Brexit, independence has lost much of its luster.
For good or for ill, the Conservatives are running a cultish, monomaniacal campaign linked inextricably to May.
Driving around the country, I have been astonished to see May’s name, rather than the party’s, put front and center wherever politicking is being done.