YouGov did some polling after May's speech on Tuesday, with interesting results.
55% of people think her "plan" is good for Britain, offset against a surprisingly small 19% who think it's bad for Britain.
Support for reduction in immigration rates remains very high in all parts of the UK, including Scotland:
In terms of Brexit, every region believes that leaving the single market is the right thing to do. Same for walking away if a good deal can't be secured.
Quite surprising really. We'll see if those figures hold steady when the **** starts to hit the fan...