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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Support for Scottish independence has dropped to 30% while those who would vote against it has risen to 50%, according to a new poll.
The latest survey by TNS-BMRB contrasts with results gathered less than a year ago when the yes camp led the no camp by one percentage point.
The new poll was conducted following the launch of the Yes Scotland and Better Together campaigns for and against independence. It surveyed 1,022 adults across Scotland between Jun 27 and Jul 5.
The poll revealed that 30% of people would vote for independence in a referendum while 50% would vote against it. The remaining 20% did not know how they would vote.
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