UPDATE, 1am: I'm not going to delete the analysis below - however, when I wrote it, I was unaware of the following comments on the nature of the poll...
"these figures are not weighted for voter turnout, with further polling expected this week to show a clearer impact of the inquiry on Scottish independence voting intention..these figures on Scottish independence are not directly comparable with previous polls on the subject, due to this and the nature of the poll."
In other words this is not a standard poll, and we have absolutely no idea whether a poll conducted in the normal way would show a Yes lead or a No lead. Which begs the obvious question: why on earth has this poll been published?
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So this time the sequence really has come to an end - No are back in the lead, at least for now. That brings to a close a run of twenty-five consecutive polls that had Yes on 50% or above.
Should Scotland be an independent country? (Savanta ComRes)