Landmark poll shows that 55% would prefer an independent Scottish republic over keeping King Charles as Head of State
Alba Party have hailed a poll result that shows that a clear majority of Scots back their position for an independent Scotland to become a republic.
In a poll carried out on behalf of the party by Panelbase, only 45% of those responding after don’t knows were excluded said they wanted to keep King Charles as Scotland’s Head of State. In contrast 55% say they want to see an independent Scotland become a republic with an elected Head of State.
Alba Party’s Westminster Leader Neale Hanvey MP has welcomed that the poll is in line with the position his party have been advocating for.
Earlier this year Neale Hanvey MP and Alba Party Depute Leader Kenny MacAskill MP did not take up the opportunity to swear an oath of allegiance to King Charles in the House of Commons alongside members of all other political parties.
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Posted by Alba Party, December 30