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Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - April 2011
21 April 2011
With two weeks to go until the Holyrood elections, Ipsos MORI Scotland's latest poll for the Times shows a surge in support for the SNP, giving them a double-digit lead over Scottish Labour.
Scottish Public Opinion Monitor February 2011
16 February 2011
The latest poll from Ipsos MORI Scotland reveals a significant reversal in fortunes for the two main parties, with the SNP now holding a slight advantage, having been 10 points behind Labour in November 2010.
Scottish Public Spending Poll
12 October 2010
An Ipsos MORI poll out today shows three quarters of Scots agree with the need for cuts in public spending but want those cuts to happen slowly in order to reduce the impact on public services and the economy.
Scottish Public Spending Poll II
13 October 2010
An Ipsos MORI poll released today for BBC Scotland shows that Scots do not want to see cuts made to the NHS or increases in council tax when public spending cuts bite.
11 February 2000
A series of polls, first in Scotland where controversy initially arose, and subsequently across the whole of Great Britain, have made it clear that public opinion on Section 28 of the Local Government Act, on the age of consent for homosexual sex, and more generally on attitudes to homosexuality, are by no means as simple or as clear cut as some of those on either side of the argument would like to believe. On the one hand, there is a clear majority of the public opposed both to repealing Section 28 and to lowering the age of consent to 16; but, on the other hand, many of these opponents are happy to admit the legitimacy of homosexual relationships between adults.