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Scottish voters remain divided over independence after a new referendum bid

A few days after the Scottish government planned a referendum, a poll released by Sanda Immes found that Scottish voters were from other parts of the UK. It is evenly divided by supporting independence. About next year's theme.

Last week, Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, announced plans for a second independent referendum in October 2023, taking legal action if the British government blocked it. I vowed to take it. A

Panelbase survey showed that 48% of respondents independently agreed, 47% disagreed, and 5% did not know. In the last online Panelbase poll in April, 47% agreed and 49% disagreed.

The latest results are based on a sample size of 1,010 people.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his ruling Conservative Party strongly opposed the referendum, saying the issue was resolved in 2014, when Scotland independently voted 55% to 45% against the referendum. rice field.

Other polls in 2022 vary, with some showing similar divisions as the 2014 results, while others show narrowing the gap.