Next time the SNP tell me that a good vote for this is a vote for Independence I'm going to point out that they'll be needing to ride at about 75% in the opinion polls to have that sort of success. Why?
Currently the SNP are sitting in the mid 30s in percentage terms in recent Scottish polls. But in today's Times to mark 10 years of devolution a Populus poll says that while 41% what more powers short of independence only 21% want Independence therefore at present one in three of the number who support* the SNP do not want Independence.
I'm waiting to hear how the SNP spin their way out of this set of polling results.
I'm also going to this point forward hold up any Nat who says "a vote for us is a vote for Independence" by naming and pointing them back to the stats under the header "A vote for the Nats is a 2/3 vote for Independence."
*Note the two in three is not even all SNP supporters as the Greens and Socialists will account for some of that number.