According to an October 2014 Ipsos MORI opinion poll in Scotland, support for the Scottish National Party (SNP) stands at 52%.
Support for the pro-independence Green Party is 6%
This means support for independence is around 58%.
It looks clear that there was Vote Fraud in the Scottish referendum
Support for the anti-independence parties is as follows:
Scottish Conservatives 10%
Scottish Liberal Democrats 6%.
If the poll result is replicated at the General Election it would mean Labour with only four Scottish MPs down from its current 41 MPs.
Those who would lose their seats if the poll results were replicated in the May 2015 General Election include Jim Murphy.
And it would mean the SNP winnning 54 seats compared to its current six MPs.
The Conservatives would lose their only seat in Scotland and the Liberal Democrats would lose all but one of their 11 current Scottish MPs.
Scotland has 8.4% of the UK population, but in 2009-2010 paid 9.4% of the UK tax revenue.
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