Well at least among those aged 18 - 24 in the latest YouGov poll. As the LibDems are shown to be supported by 7% of 18 - 24 year old's, UKIP are on a whooping 8% from the age bracket.
Okay, so its one poll and polls can throw up rogue results. But it is still to my knowledge the only time UKIP has ever polled as the third Party amongst the youngest bracket of voters. As Chairman of the Party's youth wing, I am of course delighted.
It is quite simple: UKIP want a 21st century Britain that has sensible trade deals with European nations as well as the Commonwealth and the big developing economic powerhouses like China and Brazil. We also want a return to academic selection, the abolition of tuition fees, a flat tax, a sensible immigration system and a whole host of other common sense, straight talking policies. We are a Party that is forward-looking and that has a radical outlook as to how a 21st century Britain could and should be.
It appears that that message is finally getting through to young voters, long may it continue.