Polls and approval ratings give a 70 to 95 percent chance of a Tory win on Thursday, but a hung parliament is a real possibility.
Past Polling data shows that there is reason to be skeptical of Labour scoring a huge upset victory. But it is still possible.
What approval ratings predict for the UK election that polling does not.
Will polls of the 2017 United Kingdom "snap" election be better than they were last time around?
Tories are headed for a big win in the UK election, but how much do voters really care about the Kingdom's decision to leave the EU?