One day before the election, and Public Policy Polling has Creigh Deeds crushing his opponents with 40% of the vote, McAuliffe at 26%, and Moran at 24%. He’s ahead everywhere but Hampton Roads—including upstate. Outside of the eastern urban crescent, he’s up over 50%. Throughout the state his favorable ratings are far above those of his opponents, above a majority everywhere but in Hampton Roads, where he’s at 48%. The undecideds are all voting for Deeds, and with only 10% of voters still undecided, it’s tough to summon a scenario in which McAuliffe or Moran could win at this point, save for some really unlikely turnout numbers.