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'No' campaign holds large lead in southern Scotland

An exclusive opinion poll commissioned for ITV Border’s political programme Representing Border, and conducted by ComRes, suggests a big majority of voters in the South of Scotland still intend to vote 'No' in the independence referendum.

In only the second survey to focus solely on the attitudes of voters in the South of Scotland, the poll found 26% of South of Scotland voters intend to vote yes. 61% said they will vote no. 13% are undecided.

Vote share for both Yes and No increased by two percentage points compared to the last poll conducted for Representing Border at the start of January this year. Of those who said they were likely to vote:

  • 26% of South of Scotland voters said they'd vote yes (January 24%)
  • 61% of South of Scotland voters said they'd vote no (January 59%)
  • 13% said they didn't know how they'd vote (January 17%)
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