@slimboyfat, support for Scottish independence has been high since forever, the status quo vote hasn't changed (hovering about 20% since they started keeping track in the 80's and going up to the 40% in the last decade).
The problem is that the Scots can't agree on HOW they want to separate and what sort of relationship to have with both the EU and UK.
You can't vote for independence and then want to continue being dependent on the EU or want the benefits of the UK but none of the duties. Hence why every vote thus far has failed, nobody actually wants full independence and those that propose partial independence can't agree with the other forms of partial independence.
@finkelstein: The US has done most of the world's testing per capita, hence why the numbers are so high but the DEATH numbers are so low. Per capita the US is doing better than most of Europe or the world (where they aren't lying at least) in both testing and death rates.