Thanks for your message. I presume that in order to have made the complaint, you must have provided the link to the Daily Record article, which itself includes the figures IPSO are requesting. However, just in case, here is the Record link -
The poll was commissioned by Politico, whose write-up also includes the figures -
And here is the link to the previous Redfield & Wilton poll from last month, showing identical numbers of Yes 44%, No 47% -
redfieldandwiltonstrategies. com/scottish-independence- referendum-voting-intention-4- 5-august/
As further supporting evidence, you could also provide IPSO with the list of polls on the What Scotland Thinks website - which is run either by John Curtice or by his close colleagues. Since Professor Curtice is President of the British Polling Council, that should be considered a reliable source. It clearly shows that both the new and previous Redfield & Wilton polls had identical results -
org/questions/how-would-you- vote-in-the-in-a-scottish- independence-referendum-if- held-now-ask/
When I checked the Record link, I was half-expecting it to have already been taken down or corrected - they've had several hours to get it sorted, and umpteen people have pointed out the inaccuracy to them. But nope, they're just sticking their fingers in their ears as usual.