2014 Scottish independence referendum

Telegraph poll: ‘Yes’ 54%-46%

13 Sep, 2014

An ICM Research poll of 705 Scottish voters for the Sunday Telegraph indicates that the public favors independence by a margin of 49% to 42%. Once ‘don’t know’ votes are removed, ‘Yes’ votes total 54%-46%, with the eight-percentage-point margin the largest spread recorded in any major poll. It finds that 69% say Scotland ‘should be able to keep the pound sterling(£) if the country votes to leave the UK in the referendum.’ Voters are divided on the issue of whether the Scottish economy would be damaged, at 37% vs. 36% who say it would benefit. Yes Scotland chief executive Blair Jenkins:

We are working flat out to ensure that we achieve a Yes vote, because it’s the biggest opportunity the people of Scotland will ever have to build a fairer society and more prosperous economy.

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