A total of 1,029 Scots aged 16 and above took part in the survey, with the research being carried out between February 24 and March 6.
More than half of those questioned (52%) backed the idea of a second referendum being held across the UK when the Brexit deal is completed - with 36% strongly agreeing this should be the case and 16% tending to agree.
The latest poll found 52% of those questioned believe Ms Sturgeon is doing a "good job representing Scotland's interests in the process of the UK leaving the EU", with 29% strongly agreeing and 23% tending to agree.
READ MORE: Economic case for independence lies ‘in tatters’ as the projected North Sea oil income plummets by one-third Only 24% said Prime Minister Theresa May is doing a "good job representing Scotland's interests" in the Brexit process, with a third stating the Tory leader is doing well representing the UK.
Yet the experiments yielded dynamic results, and in the end, some of the finest television shows of all time were born.
Since the birth of television, every decade has brought forth a few absolute masterpieces that define the era, and the 70's had more than their fair share.
A new poll has shown Scots are split 50/50 on the issue of independence.
Among those who expressed an opinion and who were certain to take part if a second independence referendum was held, half said they would vote to keep the Union together while half would vote for Scotland to leave the UK.
READ MORE: First Minister Nicola Sturgeon: Late 2018 would be 'common sense' time for second Scottish independence referendum It comes as Theresa May prepares to trigger Article 50 this month, formally beginning the UK's process of leaving the European Union.
Comedy, starring Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey and Jeff Garlin Shopping Series 1 - Episode 10 of 23 Erica\'s new job at the department store is put in jeopardy, while Pops bends the truth to convince Barry his luck has changed.
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The channel was first announced on 12 February 2014.
A high-definition simulcast, ITVBe HD, launched on Virgin Media on 19 November 2014, along with a one-hour timeshift service, ITVBe 1.