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NEW POLL shows 56% would vote No

A new poll on independence has revealed 56 per cent of Scots would vote to stay in the UK.


The research by Lord Ashcroft also found more than two-thirds opposed Nicola Sturgeon’s plan to use the next General Election as a de facto referendum.


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


“This poll shows Scots do not want to break up the UK, and they overwhelmingly oppose Nicola Sturgeon’s tactics for doing so.


“It’s yet another poll showing support for Scotland’s place at the heart of the UK, and a firm rejection of the SNP’s obsession to break it apart.


“Scotland’s positive future is with the rest of the UK, and it’s time the Scottish Government started respecting that.


“The fact two-thirds oppose the First Minister’s plan for a de facto referendum is also a message she should hear loud and clear.


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

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