Opinium Research group have found Nicola Sturgeon is the most trusted political leader with regards to the Scottish independence debate.
Ms Sturgeon secured more than half over half, with 55 percent saying they trust her.
Alex Salmond was the least trusted, with 69 percent saying they do not trust him, closely followed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on 67 percent.
The research group also explored Scottish attitudes to COP26.
More than half, 55 percent, believe Ms Sturgeon would do a better job of representing Scotland at the major climate conference.
Meanwhile, only 16 percent felt Johnson would do better.
Chris Curtis, senior research manager at Opinium, said: “While there may not be a burning appetite for another referendum on Scottish independence, the data shows why the nationalists would stand a better chance of winning second time around.