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New Poll: Scotland supports remaining part of the UK

A new poll from Survation has found that support for remaining part of the UK is at 53%, and Scots think they would be worse off with separation.

The findings show that 44% think Scotland’s economy would be worse off if the country left the UK, and 43% believe the cost-of-living crisis would be worse.

The poll also found that the SNP’s support is at its lowest level since 2020.

It comes as Scotland in Union, the largest pro-UK campaign group in Scotland, launches its ‘End the Spend’ petition, which calls on the SNP/Green Government to stop spending public money on trying to persuade voters to break up Britain.

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

“This poll shows that the majority of people in Scotland want to remain part of the UK and are increasingly rejecting the SNP’s negative vision for our country.

“As part of the UK our economy is stronger, pooling and sharing resources to invest more in public services and support businesses.

“Scotland’s future is brighter in Britain.

“Unfortunately, the SNP/Green Government is still wasting our taxes on trying to persuade voters to break up Britain, while people are struggling with the cost-of-living crisis and our public services, including our NHS, are crying out for resources.

“It is time for the people’s priorities, not the SNP’s.”


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