Scotland Weekly Digest – Edition VIII

Polls this week Two polls have been published this week – one from TNS BMRB and a Survation poll, exclusively of women voters, both published on Wednesday 13 August. The TNS BMRB poll gave No a slight bump up to 45, no change for Yes at 32, and Don’t Knows down 4 to 23. This …

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Scotland Weekly Digest – Edition VII

Polling this week Ipsos MORI’s poll published prior to the TV debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling gave No a lead of 54 to 40, with 7 per cent still undecided. This represented an unchanged No share since the previous Ipsos MORI poll, with Yes up 4 and undecided voters down 4. The nationalists …

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Scotland Weekly Digest – Edition VI

Polling this week The latest Panelbase poll for the Sunday Times gave the No campaign a lead of 7 points at 48 to 41, with 11 per cent undecided.  With undecided voters stripped out, the No lead sits at 54 to 46. While this is at the closer end of the spectrum of recent polls, it …

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Scotland Weekly Digest – Edition V

Polling this week Surprisingly, with less than two months to go until referendum day, no new opinion polls were published this week. The most recent polls have continued to show a clear, though not unbeatable, lead for the No campaign. Alex Salmond and his colleagues will be hoping that the Commonwealth Games may provide a …

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Scotland Weekly Digest – Edition III

As the Scottish independence referendum draws nearer, Cicero is pleased to share our third weekly Scottish digest. This edition outlines the latest polling average, Cameron’s call for greater noise from the ‘silent majority’ of Scots opposing independence, and provides a round-up of the other top stories and opinion pieces from the Scottish and wider media this …

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