A new poll has found the majority of Scots would vote for independence, marking the 22nd poll in a row showing a Yes lead.

The new Ipsos MORI poll, commissioned by STV, found that support has dropped by four points since the duo's last poll.

Among those likely to vote, 48% of Scots were found in favour of independence, with 44% voting No and 10% undecided.

We have pulled together the results from the last few years of polling, specifically, all polls carried out after the last Holyrood election in 2016.

This interactive chart shows the physical changes in support through the years, and displays results where don't knows are included.

Please note: these graphics are best viewed on desktop

Scottish independence poll tracker

Here are the latest voting intentions on the question of Scottish independence. The results include don't knows.