Over 40% of people across Britain do not believe there should be currency union if Scotland becomes a independent, according to a new poll.
Asked the question: "If Scotland votes for independence should there be a currency union?" 44% replied with "no," the Springboard UK poll for the Sunday Express found.
A total of 22% welcomed sharing the pound while the remainder said they were not sure.
The poll of 2,008 people was carried out on August 28 was carried out in England, Wales and Scotland.
Of those polled in Scotland however, 60% said they were in support of a currency union, while 21% were opposed and 19% did not know.
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