New poll says 47 per cent of Scots would reject independence



A new poll on Scottish Independence voting intentions by BMG Research shows that if a second referendum was held tomorrow, results would be similar to when Scots voted No in September 2014.
The poll, published by BMG for the Herald, comes after Nicola Sturgeon announced at the opening day of the SNP conference in Glasgow that a draft referendum bill is to be published next week.
The First Minister indicated her desire to hold a referendum before the UK formally withdraws from the EU in two years’ time. However, this latest BMG poll suggests that, as it stands, 47 per cent of Scots would... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 46
Source: Scotsman
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