Britons are heading to the polls today for the Brexit referendum.
Polling stations have opened across the United Kingdom on Thursday morning after a closely-fought referendum campaign that neither side is confident enough to call.
A final rash of polls offered mixed predictions, with two putting remain ahead and two suggesting leads for leave. Most suggest as many as 10% of voters are still undecided, meaning much could hinge on turnout today.
Politicians on both sides made their final pitches yesterday, slaloming the UK in a last-ditch effort to win over waverers and opponents.
I really don’t have a dog in this fight, but based on the rhetoric I’ve heard from the Leave side, including some pretty Trump-like xenophobia, I’m inclined to come down on the Remain in the E.U. side.