There was a troll in the comments section a week or two back who claimed as a point of 'fact' that support for independence is now lower than it was in September 2014. I deleted his comment for spreading misinformation, and then he came back with so-called 'proof' (which of course was no such thing) and started squealing about "censorship". Well, right on cue we have new Survation polling on independence that continues to show a Yes vote that is slightly higher than the 45% recorded in 2014.
Should Scotland be an independent country?
Attracting more interest, though, are two hypothetical questions asking how people would vote in the event of two Brexit-related scenarios:
In the event of Brexit:
In the event of a no deal Brexit:
Which of course is strikingly similar to the results of a poll by another firm a few weeks ago. I'm away for the weekend, but I'll update this post with more details and analysis as soon as I can.