— The Screaming Eagles (@TSEofPB) September 10, 2014
47.6% plan to vote No a week tomorrow with 42.4% voting Yes. 10% of people remain undecided, 53% No to 47% Yes. http://t.co/z59C5GG4I3
— Survation (@Survation) September 10, 2014
A 10% gap with women voters helped Better Together to their latest poll lead http://t.co/NKBuEN1RvY
— The Daily Record (@Daily_Record) September 10, 2014
The Survation poll for the Daily Record is out now. The majority of the polling was conducted after the YouGov poll that had Yes ahead was published, but before Cameron, Clegg and Miliband had their sojourn in Scotland.
No, will be delighted that itÂ would appear that the tipping point for Yes that YouGov and TNS-BMRB published in the last week, has not materialised with Survation, and the lead is the same as it was before the debates. There have been 55 indyref polls this calendar, and only one has had Yes ahead, which should reassure anyone at Better Together who was experiencing squeaky bum time
Yes can take some comfort with the fact that it would only take a 3% swing for them to win.
The next indyref poll scheduled is the YouGov poll for The Times tomorrow night.
For me this is without doubt the most exciting time in British politics since the election that never was, with eight days to go, I still am unsure who will win.
The data tables are available here