Labour believe their small lead will only grow – but some Tories think that the only way for the opposition is down.
It's the first step to a single party state Robert Mugabe would feel at home in, warns Tom Brake.
Meanwhile, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders are going nowhere - in both senses of the word.
I've been watching so closely, I am now able to tell Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio apart almost 50 per cent of the time, though it’s still like watching the Chuckle Brothers trying to lead a fascist rally.
Labour's latest party political broadcast is well-made, moving - but politically, a repeat of the old failed strategy.
Even Marco Rubio, the grandees' last, best hope, is running out of road.
New boundaries, a smaller House of Commons and the shift to individual electoral registration all tilt the electoral battlefield further towards the Conservatives. Why?
Only an upbeat, leftwing case can keep Britain in the European Union.
The Tories, who were once the One Nation party, seem intent on turning Britain into a One Party Nation.
The Republican establishment is no closer to identifying the candidate who can stop Trump or Cruz, while Hilary Clinton finds herself in a similar position to Barack Obama eight years ago.
Although the contest has proved less influential in recent years, the New Hampshire primary is still a crucial event.