Apologies to anyone who has tried to contact me on Facebook over the last few months. I went on the site about an hour ago in an attempt to contact a friend who I've lost touch with, and realised that the last time I logged in was before the referendum! I know it must look like I post there almost every day, but it's all rigged up automatically via Twitter and Networked Blogs.
By the way, I don't want to tempt fate, but it's just possible I may have finally solved the intensely irritating problem of preview posts on the Scot Goes Pop Facebook page always displaying the words "No Image, Invalid URL". We'll soon find out - this post will serve as a test!
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UPDATE (6.10am) : This morning's Scottish subsample figures from YouGov are SNP 51%, Labour 22%, Conservatives 13%, Liberal Democrats 10%, UKIP 2%, Greens 1%. I haven't been keeping track of record highs and lows in individual subsamples, but there can't have been many GB-wide YouGov polls since the referendum to have shown better figures for the SNP than that. And it's happened in spite of the familiar downweighting of respondents who say they identify most closely with the SNP (in this case 54 SNP and Plaid identifiers were downweighted to count as only 30).