Campaigners backing Scottish independence are closing the gap on pro-unionists after the second televised debate, a new poll suggests.
The Survation poll for the Scottish Daily Mail found 47% saying they would vote in favour of independence, once undecided voters were excluded, with 53% saying they would vote no.
That compares to a split of 43% (Yes) to 57% (No) in polling after the first televised debate three weeks before - a closing of the gap from 14 points to just six.
It follows what was generally perceived as a comfortable victory for Alex Salmond in the second debate.
Sixty-four percent of respondents in the survey called it in favour of the Scottish First Minister, compared to just 16% who believed Better Together's Alastair Darling won.
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