File - Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond (L) and deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon hold copies of the referendum white paper on independence during its launch in Glasgow, Scotland November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
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The campaign for Scotland to break away from the United Kingdom has stalled just over a month before Scots decide whether to go it alone in a referendum, an analysis of the latest six opinion polls showed Friday.The poll research, published 47 days before the Sept. 18 vote and before a televised debate Tuesday between the leaders of the "Yes" and "No" campaigns, showed that the independence movement has been largely stuck in the 42-44 percent support range since March after making gains at the start of the year.The "Yes" campaign says Scotland, which has its own parliament but lacks tax-raising powers, would be freer, better governed and wealthier if it went it alone.
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