This quick snap poll of 453 followers of the Talking-up Scotland twitter feed suggests that only around 1 in 5 Scots is actually that bothered about the gender recognition reforms currently fuelling an ill-informed media storm in support of the the Scottish Conservatives.
This poll has its weaknesses but it, nevertheless, suggests a very different picture from that in the MSM where supposedly most Scots oppose the reforms.
So 453 votes, only 100 times better than a Reporting Scotland vox pops in Prince Street?
A self-selecting poll of a type often ridiculed here but, actually maybe better than you think given the greater likelihood of those angry and against anything to respond?
A clear, non-leading question making this better than the WoS poll in that respect?
The poll closed quickly to prevent angry opponents of the reforms getting all their pals to distort the results?