Poll: more than half of Scots support “brexit” and praise the local government’s fight against the epidemic

More than half of Scots support “independence” from the UK, according to a survey released on August 12 by public opinion, a British pollster, Reuters reported. Scotland people believe that novel coronavirus pneumonia is more positive than Scotland. < / P > < p > the poll for the times found that 53% of people would vote for Scotland’s “independence” in the referendum, up 2 percentage points from January and the highest “independence” approval rate recorded by the company. < / P > < p > in the 2014 referendum, Scots voted 55% to 45% against “independence”. The latest poll shows that Scots’ support for “independence” has increased, which may strengthen the call for another referendum. < / P > < p > the SNP insists they have the right to ask for another vote on it. But British Prime Minister Johnson said the result of the 2014 referendum was decisive and should be respected. < / P > < p > it is reported that the rise in support for Scotland’s “independence” to a large extent seems to be related to different views on Scotland’s local and British leadership. About 72% of the respondents thought that the performance of Scotland’s chief minister and SNP leader Stephen sterkin was very good or quite good, while only 20% of the respondents thought that the performance of British Prime Minister Johnson was good. The Scottish government, led by sturgeon, has authority over public health policy, and she is more cautious than Johnson in easing epidemic restrictions. < / P > < p > Scotland, which accounts for about 10% of the UK population, has no new deaths since mid July 2020. During the same period, 1362 new crown deaths were recorded in the UK.