One should take these results with a pinch of salt, as a large margin of error is expected. The first poll conducted on Sunday was heavily in favour of yes while presently the bias is less predictable. Recent polls (YouGov UK elections) have taught us a lesson about the wide swings that these predictions may experience, sometimes quite out of touch with reality and the final outcome on July 5th Greek referendum day.
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