The campaign for Scottish independence is gaining ground with five months to go until the referendum, according to new polls.
The gap between the two sides has narrowed, suggesting a two-point swing could be enough to secure a "yes" vote on September 18.
An ICM poll for the Scotland on Sunday newspaper shows support for independence is at 39%, while opposition has fallen four points to 42%.
Excluding people who have not yet made up their minds, the results put "yes" on 48% and "no" on 52%.
It is the highest level of support for independence since last August, leading the Yes Scotland campaign group to claim it is "confident" of securing the necessary two-point swing.
Yes Scotland chief executive Blair Jenkins said: "The extreme negativity of the 'no' campaign is proving a major turn-off for voters, and month by month they are paying the price."
A second poll by Survation for the Sunday Post newspaper puts a "yes" vote up one point to 38% and a "no" vote down one point to 46%.