How would you vote in a General Election if the SNP treated it as a ‘de facto’ referendum, campaigning on the single issue of independence?

Field work dates: 28 November 2022 - 18 January 2023
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 4 polls

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Results for: How would you vote in a General Election if the SNP treated it as a ‘de facto’ referendum, campaigning on the single issue of independence?
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Pollster
18 January 2023
Poll by FindOutNow
12 January 2023
Poll by Survation
21 December 2022
Poll by Savanta
5 December 2022
Poll by Ipsos
Conservative12%19%20%13%
Labour23%26%30%24%
Liberal Democrat7%8%6%6%
Scottish National Party52%45%42%53%
Green Party6%2%2%2%
Other%%%2%

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As you may know, the UK Supreme Court has ruled that the Scottish Parliament cannot hold another independence referendum without the UK Government's agreement. In this case Nicola Sturgeon has said that the SNP will treat the next UK General Election as a ‘de facto’ referendum, campaigning on the single issue of independence.
In this scenario, how would you vote in a General Election?/Which party are you most inclined to support?

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