The results of the third and final ITV Border poll are in.
People from the South of Scotland were asked if they think Scotland should become independent. Excluding undecided voters, 33% voted yes and 67% voted no.
It's only a small change as in January the polls showed that 29% voted yes and 71% said no. In June, the pro-independence vote was 30% and pro-union was 70%.
Kathryn Samson's been to Eyemouth, five miles north of the Border, to test some views.
The poll was conducted by ComRes for ITV Border. It surveyed 1,000 adults over the age of 16 in the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway council areas. They were contacted by telephone between 3rd and 9th September.
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