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Meanwhile, Support for Scotland’s Independence has risen to 50% according to a new poll published today by Ipsos Mori.
Among those polled who said they know how they would vote and are very likely or certain to vote in an immediate referendum, 50% said they would vote Yes to Scotland’s Independence while the other 50% said they would reject it.
Ipsos MORI last polled Scots on the subject six months ago, with support for independence rising by two percentage points during the period
It also shows that 52% of people believe the Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is doing a good job in representing Scotland’s interests in the Brexit process – compared to just 24% who believe British prime minister Theresa May is doing a good job representing Scotland’s interests.