I now think it's highly unlikely that our poll will be the first post-election poll on independence - a number of people who are members of online polling panels have mentioned being surveyed over the last couple of weeks. With the Sunday papers appearing tonight, we might even see the first poll (perhaps even the first couple) within a few hours. However, I think a Scot Goes Pop poll is still a very worthwhile exercise. Different polls produce different results, and the more independence polls there are, the better idea we'll have of how the Yes campaign is faring in the post-election environment. And there's particular value in asking our own supplementary questions, because the mainstream media outlets who usually commission polls have their own preoccupations, and those are reflected in the questions that are asked.