A YouGov poll for the Sunday Times has shown the Yes camp in the lead for the first time.
It should be stressed that this poll is, at present, an outlier: other polling companies have yet to show the same trend.
There's no doubt that the poll has, however, shaken up the No campaign.
This morning's Observer reports: "a devolution announcement designed to halt the nationalist bandwagon is due to be made within days by the anti-independence camp," and that there is "panic" and "recrimination" among pro-union ranks.
Today's Mail on Sunday, meanwhile, reports that Ed Miliband is warning manned border posts could be required if independence goes ahead.
Labour has responded to the Mail on Sunday story about border guards, saying it's "ridiculous" and that Miliband is "focused on keeping the UK together".
The ferocity of the debate is visible, too, on Whisper. It seems some Scots can't bear to tell their peers how they'll be voting.
And this is true whichever way they intend to vote.
Indeed, many of these admissions have sparked debate on the app.
And it seems there are very few subjects about which consensus can be reached.
Some have threatened to leave if the Yes camp don't win...
...others if they do.
There are arguments over currency...
...who's putting forward the arguments...
...and the fate of the rest of the UK.
Still, at least everyone agrees the country is politically engaged right now.
Well, almost everyone.
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