The Scots do not support a separate Brexit strategy of the SNP

As reported by the Telegraph around two-thirds of Scots (63%) are opposed to Scotland having a separate immigration system to the rest of UK, following the calls of Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for the country to remain in the single EU market.

This reflects the general downward SNP trend, which first set in as a result of the 2017 parliamentary elections, when the party lost its super-majority in Scotland. It seems the neither the second independence referendum, nor defying Brexit in some sophisticated manner is what the Scottish voters want at this time.