I was standing on the balcony of the Scottish government offices in Edinburgh, trying to disentangle why talking about "Scottish style powers" on offer in the referendum in Wales would be wrong, when the latest ITV/YouGov opinion poll pinged into my inbox.
The political parties' ratings are pretty much holding station month-on-month ahead of May's election, but most attention is focused on the referendum voting intention results.
Would the splurge of publicity surrounding the launches of the Yes and No campaigns this month have had an effect?
The answer? Yes, but the net effect seems to have been to increase the number of "don't knows".
Here are the (unweighted) figures:
If there were to be a referendum tomorrow on giving the National Assembly for Wales increased law-making powers, how would you vote?
Yes 46% 44%
No 25% 23%
Don't Know/ 29% 32%
So the upshot is +3 for the don't knows.
For the first time, YouGov have also produced results weighted on how likely respondents are to vote, with the following results:
Don't Know/ 26%