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Let's hear it for the Don't Knows 21 May 2013 Steven Hope takes a closer look at those who are undecided about how they will vote in next year's Scottish Independence Referendum Let's hear it for the Don't Knows
Why it is hard to see much hope for Salmond and his political dream 10 May 2013 Commentary on our independence poll for The Times by Sir Robert Worcester and Mark Diffley Why it is hard to see much hope for Salmond and his political dream
Scots are no Euro-enthusiasts 18 February 2013 Mark Diffley examines our latest polling on Scots' attitudes towards the European Union Scots are no Euro-enthusiasts
Don't write off the 'Yes' vote just yet 18 February 2013 After a year to forget for supporters of a ‘Yes’ vote, our latest poll suggests that the gap between the two sides has narrowed a little. Don't write off the 'Yes' vote just yet
How much does the referendum question matter? 5 February 2013 Lorraine Murray explains why it matters that the referendum question doesn’t matter How much does the referendum question matter?
Serious challenges ahead for a party losing its optimism 19 October 2012 Sir Robert Worcester and Mark Diffley analyse the results of our latest Scottish Public Opinion Monitor for The Times Serious challenges ahead for a party losing its optimism
From World Cups to the Poll Tax: what influences support for independence? 15 March 2012 Analysis of our polling since the late 1970s shows that several factors will play a role in persuading voters. From World Cups to the Poll Tax: what influences support for independence?
Supporting the development of Big Society in new Localism? 22 December 2010 Empowering local communities to shape local areas has been a goal of central government for the past decade, for some essential to the success of Big Society, and so it was unsurprising to read about it in the new the Localism Bill. Supporting the development of Big Society in new Localism?
Business Leaders Views On Euro Constitution 11 January 2005 While the general election is the more immediate political event on the horizon, generally expected to take place on 5th May to coincide with the local government elections, the debate on the Euro Constitution referendum in 2006 is already in play. Business Leaders Views On Euro Constitution
Who Still Has An Open Mind On The Euro? 25 October 2002 The Irish referendum vote ratifying the Nice treaty opens the way for enlargement of the EU to proceed, possibly leading to radical changes in its nature; yet, according to a Eurobarometer survey conducted in September and just released, half the British public have never even heard about EU enlargement. Who Still Has An Open Mind On The Euro?
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