LONDON, March 13 Scottish First Minister Nicola
Sturgeon said on Monday that she believed she could win a second
independence vote which she has demanded to be held before the
United Kingdom leaves the European Union.
When asked if she thought she could win such a vote, she
said she believed she could.
Up to now, most polls show support for independence in
Scotland has barely shifted from around 45 percent since 2014,
and that most Scots do not want another vote on secession.
(Reporting by Elisabeth O'Leary, writing by Guy Faulconbridge;
editing by Alistair Smout and Costas Pitas)