In the Panelbase/Times poll for the 1st April, those respondents born in Scotland were 53 to 47 in favour of independence while those born in England were 70 to 30 against and ‘others’ including EU citizens were 51 to 49 against.
There are around 350 000 non-British nationals living in Scotland and nearly 500 000 who were born in England
In the Survation/DC Thomson poll on the 30th March, BAME groups were 52 to 17 in favour while Whites were 44 to 43 against.
In the Hanbury poll on March 1st BAME groups were between 70% and 80% in favour of independence. https://hanburystrategycloud.filecloudonline.com/ui/core/index.html?
These are marked contrasts.
Why then are the English-born, the EU citizens and the BAME groups so different in their views?
What can we do to persuade the English-born to change their minds?