SUPPORT for an independent Scotland has fallen to an all-time low, a new opinion poll claimed today.
Just 19 per cent of people said they would vote for independence in a multi-option referendum on Scotland's future. Nearly three-quarters of those questioned backed keeping the Scottish Parliament as it is or increasing its powers.
But I'm not going to crow; here's something I've written previously when there was a rather different result to a similar question:
These figures show the volatility of the support for Scottish independence and this volatility would seem to indicate that such support is dependent very much on external factors as opposed to an increase or decrease in sentiment for actual separation.
There is no discernible trend moving for or against Scottish independence at the minute- that's what these various polls are really telling us.