Another poll has shown Scots would vote against independence if a referendum on the issue was held.
The study by YouGov for the Scottish Election Study showed 54.4% would vote No.
It follows the Lord Ashcroft poll earlier in the week which also revealed a decisive lead for Scotland remaining in the UK.
Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:
“This is the second poll in the space of a week confirming most Scots would reject the SNP’s plans to break up the UK.
“The candidates to replace Nicola Sturgeon should pay attention to this and take independence and a referendum off the table.
“People want their government to focus on issues like the NHS, education, the economy and the cost-of-living crisis.
“Scotland’s positive future is with the rest of the UK, working together to do exactly that.
“It’s time for the people’s priorities, not the SNP’s.”
More details of the polling are here.