Over the weekend two new opinion polls have shown that support for remaining in the UK is on the rise.
When undecided voters are excluded, a poll by Savanta ComRes for the Scotland on Sunday newspaper indicates 52 per cent are in favour of staying part of the UK.
A separate poll by Panelbase for the Sunday Times puts support for the UK at 51 per cent, with support for separation at 49 per cent.
Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:
“These are the latest polls to show rising support for remaining part of the UK.
“With a successful vaccination programme working for everyone in the country and UK-wide schemes that ensure people’s jobs are protected, it’s clear that we are stronger together.
“But the SNP will never stop its negative, divisive campaign to pull Scotland apart.
“The focus of all politicians should be on bringing us together so that we can recover from the pandemic.”
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