Poll "independence" least preferred by 68%"

Tuesday 3rd May 2016
Gaberlunzie says "No to splitting the UK " and he'd like to stay in Euope.

Twice as many British voters are more concerned about keeping Scotland within the UK than those fearing Brexit.

A new  BMG poll for The Herald finds that 68 per cent of UK voters cited Scottish independence as their “least preferred option” when compared with Britain splitting from the EU, which recorded 32 per cent support.  Leaders of the three main pro-Union parties have called on the first minister to respect the outcome of the vote on September 18, 2014.  Polls suggest while most Scots back remaining in the EU, the picture in England, where 85 per cent of the UK population lives, is more mixed. 

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