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It's been eight months since the UK voted to leave the European Union, despite a majority of voters in Scotland opting to remain. In the days after the vote, one of the big unanswered questions was if the conflicting results between Scots and voters in the rest of the UK would push Scotland towards independence.
Since then, Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has said another independence referendum is "highly likely", European politicians are already discussing how to fast-track Scotland's entry to the EU, and the Scottish parliament voted against triggering Article 50 in a symbolic ballot – but how do voters in Scotland feel?
Here are five things we can take away from the polling of Scottish voters since the EU referendum on June 23.
1. Despite an initial surge after the vote, Scots don't seem any more keen on becoming independent – yet.
What Scotland Thinks / Via whatscotlandthinks.org
In the immediate aftermat..