Perhaps reinforcing the impression that the protestors on the streets of Glasgow in the last few days were not too representative of wider opinion, an opinion poll from Deltapoll, with more than 2 000 respondents on 5th to 7th September, showed quite strong support for the notion of a United Ireland:

Take out the don’t knows and 56% support United Ireland?

Indeed, only in Wales (Why?) did there seem to be a majority against it:

Take out the don’t knows and 54% of Scots support a United Ireland?

As for being prepared to vote tactically for a party supporting your preferred Brexit outcome, leave or remain, nearly three times as many said Yes as said No:

Take out the don’t knows and 70% would vote tactically on the basis of Brexit, leave or remain?

While the majority for such action was notably smaller in Scotland (and London)than elsewhere, it surely remains a factor that the SNP planners need to keep in mind:

Take out the don’t knows and 65% of Scots would vote tactically on the basis of Brexit, leave or remain?