Two more polls published today have shown rising support for remaining in the UK, with voters opposed to a divisive second referendum in the near future.
A YouGov poll in the Times puts support for the UK on 51 per cent, while 48 per cent of people in Scotland are opposed to another referendum being held before 2023, compared with just 33 per cent in favour.
A Savanta ComRes poll for the Scotsman also has support for remain on 51 per cent.
Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:
“There is a clear trend in rising support for remaining part of the UK.
“With a successful UK vaccination programme and UK-wide support for jobs and businesses, it’s clear that we are stronger together.
“The SNP’s negative vision to divide Scotland is being rejected. The people of Scotland want the focus to be on bringing our country together and building a successful future.”