The EU referendum is rigged, has been infiltrated by MI5, and the BBC and ITN are conspiring to fix the result, a poll has showed a lot people are thinking.
An astonishing YouGov poll for LBC reveals the deep distrust of institutions and their handling of Thursday's vote - with Leave supporters notably more suspicious.
Specifically, almost half of those backing 'Brexit' believe it is "probably true" that the outcome is pre-determined.
Leave campaigners have since the outset complained about having to overcome the pro-Europe "Establishment", bemoaning the £9 million mailshot of state-endorsed "facts" and the defection of former Cabinet minister being Sayeeda Warsi being a Downing Street "put up job" among others.
The most notorious conspiracy that emerged last year - but is taking hold again - has inspired the #usepens hashtag: people on social media who are urging like-minded souls to take a pen to the polling booth in case their vote is rubbed out.
The YouGov poll asked people about "some things that people have said about the EU referendum campaign". Including:
"It is likely that the EU referendum will be rigged."
Almost half - 46% - of all Leave voters say this is the case, contrast to 11% of those supporting Remain. Regardless of voting preference, 28% subscribe to the "rigged" hypothesis.
"MI5 is working with the UK government to try and stop Britain leaving the EU."
Some 28% of Leave backers suspect pro-EU involvement of the secret services, while 16% of the Remain vote are wary of 'spooks'.
"The BBC and ITN are not commissioning an exit poll in order to allow the vote to be fixed without anyone telling."
Around a third of Leave voters - 36% - back the suggestion that broadcasters are deliberately meddling with the outcome. It's 10% among Remain-ers.
"There are plans for further EU integration and enlargement that the EU are deliberately not announcing till after the referendum."
Three-quarters of Leavers - 75% - are convinced of the plot, compared to 25% who will be voting for 'In'.
The hashtag #UsePens has been deployed to mock those on social media who think conspiracy is afoot.