Looking at the detail of the Survation poll four days ago which put support for independence at 43%, the figures for Scotland’s largest city stand-out.
57.7% said they had voted for independence in 2014 while 62.4% said they would vote for it now. All the other parts of Scotland recorded less than 50% for this question. Similarly, with regard to SNP support, Glasgow’s figure was 52.8% support while no other region was reported higher than 43%.
I appreciate that Dundee may have recorded similar or better figures than Glasgow but they were bundled with those for North-East Scotland and so not observable.
Finally, asked to what extent they supported the proposed ban on parents smacking their child, Glasgow was the most in favour of the ban with 22.5% ‘strongly opposed’ to smacking and the other regions all recording less than 20% ‘strongly opposed’. Is there a correlation (weak I know) between support for independence for Scotland and for your children?