Stuart Campbell is back to blogging about opinion polls today, which - as inevitably as night follows day - means that he's trotted out some cynical lies. Fortunately, our much-requested Wings-Watch fact-checking service is on hand to set the record straight yet again.
Once again we must start with Campbell's Lib Dem-style dodgy graph which falsely claims that support for independence has remained absolutely static on 47% since just after the independence referendum. I've comprehensively debunked that graph many times before, but it looks like I'll just have to keep doing it every so often, because he's determined to treat his readers with utter contempt by telling them the exact same lie over and over and over again. Below you'll find the real figures for independence support in recent times, which as you can see actually show substantial changes from year to year. The annual averages for conventional polling are now updated with the final average for 2022, which saw Yes fall shy of the 50% mark by just 0.2 percentage points.
Yearly support for Scottish independence in the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey: