‘I haven’t kept a single commitment!’ As Scots vote no on independence in a referendum, Britons insult Sturgeon.
Nicola Sturgeon has been mocked by Britons after a new survey revealed that a majority of Scots would vote “no” in a second referendum on Scottish independence.
According to a Redfield and Wilton Strategies study, 47% of Scots would vote no if the question “Should Scotland be an independent country?” was asked right now.
Following the poll, readers of this website mocked the SNP, claiming that Scots should vote to depose Ms Sturgeon’s government instead.
According to the Redfield and Wilton Strategies poll, 44% of respondents said they would vote “yes” in a referendum, while 9% said they were undecided.
A referendum on Scottish independence held next year would be opposed by 47 percent of those polled, with 33 percent strongly opposing it.
However, 40% said they would favor a referendum in the coming year, with 29% saying they would strongly support it.
A further 11% of Scots said they would neither support nor oppose a referendum next year.
Between August 4 and 5, Redfield and Wilton Strategies polled 1,000 Scots.
Readers of this website criticised Ms Sturgeon for the negative poll, suggesting she should focus on other matters.
“It’s NOT the Referendum they should be voting against, it’s that forgetful imbecile leading the SNP,” one reader stated to Scottish voters.
“The one who has yet to keep a single promise.”
“The reason independence is continually emphasized on is to divert from the horrible mess the SNP has made of running Scotland,” another reader said.
“It’s good,” another commented of the polling. Now, Sturgeon, sort out your country and do what a first minister should do, and forget about the independence nonsense.”
More readers slammed Ms. Sturgeon’s record as First Minister, accusing her of wanting to break up the United Kingdom.
“As a result of the act of union, England, Scotland, and Wales ceased to be countries,” one said.
“They only exist in the hearts of humans. The United Kingdom is the country that was formed as a result of the Act of Union.
“So, if there is to be a referendum on breaking up the country, we should all have a say, not just the 3 million Scots, but the entire United Kingdom.”
“NS seeks to destabilize our country.”
“Of course we say no to independence,” another interjected, “we’ve said it before and we’ll say it again.”
One reader made a point. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”