Significant increase in support for independence among those born in England and surge in those from ‘other’ countries

(c) The National

Panelbase surveys on Scottish independence tend to include a breakdown of support from those born in Scotland, England and in all the other countries combined.

In September 2016, from a sample of 1 024, 46% of Scots-born, 21% of England-born and 44% of all others combined, indicated they would vote Yes.

By August 2022, from a sample of 1 113, the figures were 47%, 30% and 57%.

This suggests that support among the Scots-born is sadly stagnating, growing significantly among the England-born but positively surging among the ‘others.’

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