Last Scottish Independence Polls

The latest polling on Scottish independence shows ‘No’ campaigners to have a 6% lead over ‘Yes’ campaigners.  The latest polling places the ‘No’ side at 53% and the ‘Yes’ side at 47%.

The current polling position is therefore not wildly different from that seen in the 2016 Independence referendum, when 55.3% of Scottish voters opposed plans for an Independent Scotland, with 44.7% voting in favour.

The latest polls do though reflect a notable change from the polling position at the turn of the year, when the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ sides were then evenly matched.

Notable recent polls

Further details of the latest voting intentions in relation to a Scottish independence referendum can be seen in the most recent individual polls:

YouGov (March 31)   placed the No side on 53%, and the Yes Side on 47% (excluding don’t knows).

Survation (March 28) in conjunction with Ballotbox Scotland  placed the No side on 53%, and the Yes Side on 47%  (excluding don’t knows).

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