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Support for Scottish independence soars to 58% in new poll

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Support for Scottish independence soars to 58% in new poll

Support for Scottish independence soars to 58% in new poll

A record number of people now support independence for Scotland.

A new Ipsos MORI poll puts the number of Scottish residents who want to leave the union at the highest level ever recorded.


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Ipsos MORI Ipsos MORI market research organisation in the United Kingdom