Rhodri Morgan has just been doing the Politics Show and Maniffesto round.
Will he have to rely on the unions to shove his party towards 'One Wales' on Friday? No, says the First Minister, who calculates - and must be desperately hoping - that the constituencies will vote 50:50 for and against at the very least. He needs them on side. The irony of this First Minister relying on union muscle is pretty clear.
Torfaen and Caerphilly CLPs have already voted against, as have Islwyn. No surprises there. Other constituencies will vote positively, quietly. Other fascinating results will come in from CLPs where the AM is for and the MP against. May be best man win.
Meanwhile Labour MPs haven't given up on the hope of a meeting with AMs. So far the First Minister has only agreed to a meeting of the officers - Wayne David, Mark Tami and Julie Morgan. Has that appeased seething MPs? (Try saying that after a late night)? No.
So how are the First Minister's nerves? He admits to a certain 'tingle'.
What if the vote goes against next Friday? Rhodri Morgan wasn't playing. But he did say one thing clearly enough: in his view, a minority Labour government wouldn't survive the Summer recess.