Interesting to consider how different we are (and probably always have been) which was understandably downplayed in the centuries of joint empire-building and standing firm against sundry baddies across the Channel.
There has been much seizing upon by the Better Together campaign of the Mail on Sunday’s poll results, published yesterday.
Not only do the survey findings suggest that support for independence is slipping, but also that opinion on the issue of the referendum question or questions is hardening. Only 27% support independence, with 13% undecided and 60% now opposed. At the same time, the poll suggests a slight majority now favours a single question referendum (53%) with 41% wanting a devo plus or max option on the ballot paper.
But a different poll conducted by Com Res for the Independent on Sunday, albeit with a much smaller sample size for Scotland*, shows a slightly different position. That poll conducted over roughly the same time period shows 31% in favour of independence with 20% undecided and 49% against. Whichever poll you prefer, they both do confirm the trend of…
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