Shortly after the publication, the executives of the two leading campaigns gave their press statements.
Blair Jenkins, chief executive of the pro-independence campaign Yes Scotland, stated shortly after the publication of the results that he was not disappointed, acknowledging that this poll confirmed the two camps were neck and neck. "As we say in response to all the polls, we are working flat out to ensure that we achieve a yes vote, because it's the biggest opportunity the people of Scotland will ever have to build a fairer society and more prosperous economy," said Jenkins.
Blair McDougall, campaign director for Better Together, said: "Every voter has the power to tip the referendum either way. This decision is far too important to be a protest vote. That is why thousands of Scots will be pounding the streets over the next week to make sure that we win the referendum."
Polling stations in Scotland will be open from 7am until 10pm on Thursday 18 September.