English: Percentages for yes, no and don't know are given as points, with the 10-poll centred moving average given as similarly coloured lines. The moving average is weighted by size of poll and the date of the centred moving average by size of poll and mid-date of survey.
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A chart of opinion polls on Scottish Independence since the 2014 referendum, including only polls which as the question 'should Scotland be an indpendent country?'

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22 March 2021