You've seen a motley array of celebrities tell you what they think. You've seen the Alternative Vote explained to your cat and put as a not entirely helpful beer analogy. You've seen the No to AV leaflet pilloried on Twitter. You may have been hugely confused by the Alan B'stard video from the No Campaign, talking - with no degree of irony - about the "fudged coalitions" and burnt manifestos that AV might produce.
All very entertaining. But have you read some impartial information about the Alternative Vote and what you are voting for in the referendum? If not, try these:
- The BBC has a 7 step slideshow you can click through that explains the 2 systems simply and explains the referendum
- The Electoral Commission has Victor the Vote Counter explain it in a chirpy yet vaguely patronising video
- Looking for something more in-depth? The Political Studies Association has an accessible PDF briefing paper on the Alternative Vote that you can download and read for free.
- Independent 'Think-and-Do Tank' The New Economics Foundation has produced an online Voter Power Index so you can see how AV might affect voter power in your constituency.
Whatever you decide, please use your vote tomorrow, Thursday 5 May, and have your say.