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Support for Scottish independence rose dramatically in August, a poll showed on Monday, leaving the “Yes” campaign just six points behind advocates of staying in the United Kingdom with 17 days to go until a referendum. The poll is the first to show a substantial shift in opinion since two television debates. A poll for the Sun and the Times newspapers showed support for the pro-independence “Yes” campaign had risen to 47 percent, a four point gain since mid-August and up eight points since the start of the month.



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