The Commonwealth Games has not affected how the majority of Scots are likely to vote in the independence referendum, a poll has revealed.
Only 12 per cent of those surveyed said Glasgow 2014 had made them more inclined to vote yes. But four-fifths of that number said they were planning to vote for Scottish independence in the first place.
Of those who are undecided about next month's vote, 14 per cent said Scotland's organisation of and performance in the Games made them more likely to vote yes, 4 per cent said no and 82 per cent said it would have no effect.
The poll of 1,000 Scots for the Mail on Sunday also revealed 37 per cent of voters backed First Minister Alex Salmond to come on top in this week's televised debate with the leader of the pro-union Better Together campaign Alistair Darling.
Pop princess Kylie stole the show as she closed what has been dubbed the 'best ever' Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The Jamaican sprinter said the only negative at the Commonwealth Games was the weather, as he hailed the "brilliant" event in Glasgow.
Pop princess Kylie will be top of the bill tonight as the Commonwealth Games comes to a close.