A small piece of good polling news as we all wait (or hopefully as we get on with the Get Out The Vote operation) - last night's Survation poll in the Record, which was one of only two polls over the last few days to report a Yes vote of lower than 48%, was actually slightly better for Yes on the unrounded figures -
Yes 47.3% (+0.8)
No 52.7% (-0.8)
Changes are from the directly comparable Survation telephone poll published on Saturday.
Meanwhile, because of the rumours that were swirling around about last night's YouGov poll in advance of publication, I was a bit worried that Yes may have only been rounded up to 48% by the skin of their teeth, but in fact that isn't the case, and it turns out that they've made a small gain on the last YouGov poll -
Yes 48.0% (+0.4)
No 52.0% (-0.4)
UPDATE : The datasets for today's Ipsos-Mori's poll have finally been released, and just like Survation, it turns out that Yes did slightly better than the rounded numbers suggested -
Yes 47.4% (-1.5)
No 52.6% (+1.5)
The above numbers should certainly ease any concerns that there was any detectable swing back to No on Tuesday or Wednesday - all of the changes are well within the margin of error, and in any case two of the three polls are showing small shifts towards Yes.
Lastly, I have a new article at the Fair Observer website, on a similar theme to my last-but-one article at the IBTimes. You can read it HERE. I was under pressure of time when I wrote this one, as you might just be able to tell!