54% of Scots would support leaving the United Kingdom in a possible referendum, while 46% would support staying inside, according to a survey.
The study is prepared by Find Out Now for the Scottish newspaper ‘The National’ and removes from the equation the responses of people who do not know or do not answer the question. Includes 1,002 interviews conducted between January 10 and 12.
Last Monday the British Government announced that it will resort to Section 35 of the Scottish Law to prevent the entry into force of the Gender Recognition Reform approved by the Scottish Parliament, which has raised blisters among Scottish separatists.
“It is clear that the people of Scotland are fed up with Trumpist denialism of Scottish democracy and the damage done to the increasingly restrictive control of Westminster,” said Rona Mackay, a member of the Scottish National Party, according to the news agency. The Press Association.
“Both Labor and the Conservatives are now hard Brexit parties, who want Scotland to remain out of the EU and the common market, which has serious consequences for the economy and standards of living,” he added.
“More and more people believe that decisions about Scotland are made by the people who live here and that we can build a fairer and more prosperous independent country,” he added.
Another True North poll, published on Friday, suggests that 54% of Scots would reject separation from England.