A POLL has revealed that as many as one in five Scottish voters remain open-mined or undecided about Scottish independence.
A survey carried out for polling and research organisation Progress Scotland – fronted by former SNP depute leader Angus Robertson (pictured) – found 8% of respondents planned to vote the opposite way from 2014.
A further 13% said they don’t know how they will vote but that their views have changed since last time. Only 77% of the 2000 people polled said their views remained the same and they would vote the same way.
Robertson described the findings as “very encouraging given that 21%-strong group is significantly larger than the 5% difference that is required for the 2014 referendum to be overturned”.
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