Following a poll that shows support for independence has grown since last year’s referendum, we are looking to establish if that support is mirrored across the north of the country.
A YouGov poll, published in today’s Sunday Post, showed that if there was another referendum tomorrow, 47% would vote Yes while 53% would vote No, when those who don’t know are stripped out.
In September’s referendum, 45% of people voted to leave the UK while 55% wanted to remain in the union.
The YouGov poll found that although support for independence had increased, the majority of Scots would still reject a bid to leave the UK if we had another referendum tomorrow.
The SNP dominated the General Election in the north and north east but has support also increased for independence?