Most of the pollsters are probably now breathing a sigh of relief
But pollsters are bracing themselves for criticism if they get it wrong
Between them the last half dozen polls point to an average of Yes 49 per cent, No 51 per cent
Yes camp have made significant progress on whether or not an independent Scotland would be a more prosperous country
The party has once again scaled heights that only a little while ago seemed unimaginable
To emerge as the winner, Labour will need to outperform its current poll position
"The most sensational result in British by-election history, bar none," was George Galloway's proud boast on being declared Bradford West's new MP. Well almost, and, perhaps more importantly, maybe not the most significant by-election success ever.