An new Ipsos Mori polls shows that support for Scottish independence has fallen since Alex Salmond and David Cameron agreed to a 2014 referendum.
- 30% think Scotland should be an independent country, down 5 points
- 58% of Scots say they would vote 'No' in the referendum, up 3 points
- 12% of Scots are undecided, up 2 points
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