The Yes group is gaining ground in the Scottish independence referendum campaign. A survey by ICM Research reveals a decline in the No vote from 46% to 42% over the past month, says Tom Peterkin in The Scotsman.
Over the same period, the Yes vote has remained steady at 39%, with 19% undecided. When the latter group are excluded, the No vote stands at 52% with 48% in the Yes camp.
This is the highest level of Yes support yet recorded by an independently commissioned opinion poll.
The Better Together campaign this week made a “concerted” effort to revive its [...]
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