Overnight I have polled more than 2,000 people who voted in the Scottish referendum. The results help us understand what happened, and why.
The results indicate that the No campaign won among men (by a six-point margin) as well as women (by twelve points). As expected, older voters were the most decisively opposed to independence, with nearly three quarters (73%) of those aged 65 or over voting No.
Also not surprisingly, Conservative voters were the most staunchly Unionist, with 95% voting to reject independence.