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NEW POLL: Only 29% support SNP's Indyref2 timetable

A new poll released today has revealed a drop in the number of people who support Nicola Sturgeon's plan for a second referendum next year.

The Ipsos survey, published in the Scottish Daily Mail, shows just 29% want to see indyref2 take place in the autumn of 2023.

That's a drop from 32% who supported it in May.

Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:

"Now fewer than three in 10 are in agreement with Nicola Sturgeon about her indyref timetable, but still she presses on.

“It’s clear that the people of Scotland do not want another divisive referendum.

"We had a glimpse of what that would look like in Perth on Tuesday evening.

“What we need is a Scottish Government focused on the day job, finding solutions to alleviate the cost of living crisis and repairing the damage they have done to our public services.

“We should be sticking together through times like these, and ensuring that - as part of the UK - people and businesses in Scotland can have a bright and secure future.”


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