Arnold wrote:Just interesting. There was a poll fairly recently, that suggested that the percentage wanting a second referendum had dropped.
I couldn't understand why the Scottish Tories did so well at the last GE. Now Labour seem to be on the up again. Anything could happen before we leave the EU.
Of course it is interesting. We all know that the polls are up and down at the moment as sentiment seems to shift in line with the need for a modicum of stability in a desperately uncertain world. Add to that the MOE (which, I believe is three percent rather than three points on each of those raw numbers.) At that point, and when all things are considered, we have a shift of opinion which is could potentially be interesting.
Some 7% being added to the independence cause? After a summer which should, just this once, have been cancelled in order to concentrate on the irrevocable direction of travel, many in Scotland might just be wondering whether the upheaval of another IndyRef is worthwhile, after all. Perhaps it is.
Of course, it is just
an opinion poll snapshot and indeed proves nothing - as the previous poster needlessly and aggressively reminds us.