Well come on then, let's do this one ...
A week to go:
1. Are you leave or remain or undecided?
2. Why's that?
3. Regardless of 1. above, what do you think the result will be?
I'm going to vote to remain.
I have no great enthusiasm for the EU and think we should have voted not to join in 1975. But now we're in I think the risks of quitting will be too great. And I don't like the extreme right-wingers who want to "take control" - they're the last people I want to see anywhere near power, let alone running the show.
But I think the result will be to leave. Because the arguments to stay in are complex and nuanced while the Brexiteers' slogan "we want our country back" is simple and visceral (and bollox).
Cameron called the referendum not on some point of principle but out of self- and party interest, to see off the Kippers. I reckon he's regretting it now.