Monday, February 3, 2020

Scot Goes Pop independence poll incoming: a quick video teaser about what to expect

38 comments:

  1. Your such a tease! Looking forward to the results.

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  2. Can't wait to have a big smile on my fisog again.

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  3. Oh James! You are such a tease....

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  4. Does it cover 16 & 17 year olds & non-UK citizens who could vote in 2014?

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  5. Ha ha...looking forward to it.

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  6. Which pollster is it?

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  7. Unionist Media BDSM Club -- Mr Campbell's William-Tell-with-Faeces Show Cancelled Due to CoronavirusFebruary 3, 2020 at 2:06 PM

    49% or below: ffs.
    50 to 51%: fine.
    52% or above: here we go.

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  8. Aye James, wha's like ye - keeping us all in suspense! Enjoy yer moment. I'm still standing by the sofa just in case. :)

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  9. EU goes straight to its priorities.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-51358392

    Michel Barnier: Work should start now on NI agreements

    The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has said work needs to begin immediately on implementing what has been agreed on Northern Ireland.

    Mr Barnier was speaking as he launched the EU's negotiating objectives for a trade deal with the UK.


    As I said the other day, the border down the Irish sea is already in place. Just no checks on it yet...

    Britain is now breaking up. We are a few days in to the end of the UK.

    Europe and Ireland are now making laws for N. Ireland that Westminster doesn't make any more.

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  10. Oh you tease .Any poll that's shows Yes in the lead is good news even 51% .I think we will have reached the tipping point .As the fence sitters start to come on board the Indy bus the momentum will soon has up in the mid to high 50s

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  11. I know we haven't even seen the results yet but this is something I'd be happy to subscribe to regularly. You could hold the same poll every 3 months, or every month, and I'd be happy to have a standing subscription to help pay for it. Are there others would be willing to do the same?

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  12. James
    You got to post soon. Feel like wringing your neck! I hate suspense.i am guessing over 55%

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    1. Steady on, Willie. To avoid speculation getting ridiculously out of control: no, it's not that high.

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    2. Och well, we don't want to know then!

      We paid for at least 55% ;-)

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  13. Unionist Media BDSM Club -- Free Lifetime Membership for DomsFebruary 3, 2020 at 3:16 PM

    Willie, tell James you think it's 53% Yes and let's see if he replies or not.

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  14. Well - most so far can see the funny side - that's a good sign for us all.

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  15. Is this your one James?

    https://www.survation.com/even-split-between-yes-and-no-in-new-scottish-independence-voting-intention-poll/

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    1. Holyrood constituency from Survation:

      Con: 23%
      Lab: 17%
      Lib Dem: 7%
      SNP: 51%
      Another Party: 1%

      Johnson enemy No. 1 for the unionists.

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    2. Yes voters heavily down-weighted due to false 2014 recall.

      The (non-random / targeted) unweighted base is absolutely spot on at 2019 GE 45.6% SNP / 25.0% Con, yet claim to have voted 52% Yes.

      There is some serious 2014 voter regret going on. That or the the fact the electorate has changed by 16% is totally distorting things. A lot of No voters are no longer with us, while a lot of Yes voters were not old enough in 2014.

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  16. New Survation poll showing even split 50:50

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  17. Thanks for confirmation Survation poll not yours James.
    Its like buses, none for ages then two arrive at once! haha!
    The Survation Holyrood numbers are very encouraging, looks like an SNP overall majority.

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  18. Minx. Give us more hints.

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  19. Sorry for post, by the time I figured out how to publish you guys had already posted it. Progress Scotland seem to be the commissioners, that's the one Angus Robertson is involved in.

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  20. So is it challenging news for old Carcrash or is it also challenging for Michelle Ballantyne (that is her name isn't it)?

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  21. We loyalists just wait until the poll results the day before then decide if it is worth the effort to phone for a taxis.

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  22. I note that Scottish Nat sis are encouraging Irish living in Scotland to vote yes in a referendum. This has clearly shown the Catholic sectarian nature the Nat sis have turned into. No self respecting non Irish Catholic would vote for this fascist Nazi ideology.

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  23. I'm a non Irish non Catholic person with a Phd and two masters degrees an SNP member and Independence Yes voter, and that my little racist sectarian bigot is fairly standard for we terrible supporters of Independence

    It takes all sorts but thankfully there are becoming less of your sort, next time you turn up in Hospital ill do let the medical staff know your opinions of them before they treat you

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    1. Does having a PhD and masters make you a clever type or an educated idiot?

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  24. Oh James, you sly fox, or as I first thought, 'ya bugger' lol, can't wait for the update with some good news

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