Wed 14 Oct, 2020

Welcoming the publication of today’s Ipsos mori which shows the Scottish Greens on course to increase its number of MSPs in May, and a massive 58% support for independence, Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie MSP said:

“It’s clear that the Scottish Greens constructive approach to opposition is appreciated by the public. From Scotland’s fairer tax system, to the reversal of unfair exam grades, and free bus travel for young people from next year, we’ve worked constructively to make Scotland a fairer country.

“This poll also shows support for independence at its highest ever point. It’s clearer than ever that the UK simply isn’t working for Scotland and that we must take our future into our own hands to build a better Scotland.”

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