A NEW survey released this week claimed that roughly three of four Scots would want another independence referendum.
However, the exclusive poll by Survation also suggested that as many as a quarter of a million people believe their relationship with a friend or family member has been permanently damaged as a result of a run-up to September 18.
The findings come after the first SNP conference since the vote continued to be dominated by the independence question.
Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon say another referendum would be held when the Scots people want it and promise supporters it will happen “sooner than many expect” – despite previously saying the vote that it was a “once in a generation event”. I believe by 2017
The No side claimed victory, winning 55 per cent of the votes on a huge turnout of 85 per cent.
So, now we’re asking our readers for their opinion. Should there be another independence referendum? Have your say by voting in our poll below.
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