Unfortunately I had to close the previous thread because of an abusive anonymous commenter, but feel free to continue the discussion below. A few miscellaneous points on this extraordinary morning...
* Against all the expectations, online polls have emerged as more accurate than telephone polls in this campaign. (Although Populus was a huge outlier in that regard, and it's been almost as bad a night for Populus as it was for David Cameron.)
* The 'wisdom of crowds' theory in relation to polling has been busted. That was the idea that you get a more accurate forecast if you ask people to predict the result, rather than give their own voting intention. In fact, voting intention polls have proved to be much more accurate - all of the prediction questions went heavily in Remain's favour.
* Never again will anyone be remotely impressed by the argument that movements on the currency and betting markets are a better guide to a likely election result than public opinion polls.
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I had an unexpectedly eventful night, because I was interviewed live on Canadian TV just after midnight. It's only the third time I've been interviewed on the mainstream media, and this was completely different from the two previous occasions because it was done from the comfort of my living room via an iPad that I frantically had to ask to borrow at very short notice. I was able to give a little context about how differently the referendum was being viewed in Scotland compared to the rest of the UK, and also how for many people Westminster is the problem rather than Brussels.