A series of fresh opinion polls have shown increasing levels of support for Scottish independence – and in every poll Yes has been in the majority.
The polls come just days after the Scottish Parliament voted in favour of holding a second independence referendum.
YouGov found that 51% of Scots would now vote Yes, against 49% for No
📣 A new poll for @YouGov shows that a majority of people in Scotland now support independence.
— Yes (@YesScot) January 30, 2020
Survation found that 50.2% would now vote Yes, against 49.8% for No
📈 Yet another poll, this time from @Survation, shows increasing support for independence.
🇪🇺 Scotland is being dragged out of the EU against our will – and independence is the only way to put Scotland’s future into Scotland’s hands.
— Yes (@YesScot) February 3, 2020
Panelbase found that 52% would now vote Yes, against 48% for No
🏴 Support for independence is at 52%.
📈 The poll, from @Panelbase, is the third in a week showing a majority in favour of Scottish independence.
— Yes (@YesScot) February 4, 2020
The 52% Yes poll result was celebrated with a front page from the National
Today’s front page: Exclusive new poll shows massive increase in support for independence, with Yes now sitting at 52%! 🏴 Plus SNP set to win an overall majority at Holyrood! pic.twitter.com/pF8dOsCY4H
— The National (@ScotNational) February 4, 2020
Momentum is with the Yes campaign. As the Tories try to block Scotland having its say, more and more people are moving towards independence.
Find out how to get involved at Yes.scot