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European Union membership - trends 14 May 2014 Q If there were a referendum now on whether Britain should stay in or get out of the European Union, how would you vote? European Union membership - trends
Threat to Scotland team could influence some referendum voters 25 September 2013 Pagoda PR commissioned a question on the Ipsos MORI Scottish Public Opinion Monitor to test whether fears of Scotland losing its separate identity in World football could have any impact on the referendum. Threat to Scotland team could influence some referendum voters
Support for Scotland remaining part of the UK increases 9 May 2013 Our latest poll for The Times finds that support for Scotland remaining part of the UK has increased to its highest level since August 2011 Support for Scotland remaining part of the UK increases
Support for independence bounces back 13 February 2013 The latest Ipsos MORI Scottish Public Opinion Monitor for the Times shows an increase in support for independence. Support for independence bounces back
Referendum on Scottish Independence: Question Testing 30/01/2013 We were commissioned by the Electoral Commission to assist in its independent assessment of the intelligibility of the Scottish Government’s proposed referendum question: Do you agree that Scotland should be an independent country? Referendum on Scottish Independence: Question Testing
Support for independence continues to fall as Labour narrows gap with SNP 18 October 2012 Our latest Scottish Public Opinion Monitor for The Times shows that support for independence continues to fall Support for independence continues to fall as Labour narrows gap with SNP
Three in ten may change their vote in the referendum if Devo+ is offered in advance 4 July 2012 Three in ten of Scots could change how they vote in the referendum if it was clear in advance that a ‘No’ vote would still result in Devo+ proposals being implemented. Three in ten may change their vote in the referendum if Devo+ is offered in advance
35 years of Scottish attitudes towards independence 15 March 2012 An analysis of three decades of polling on attitudes towards independence in Scotland. 35 years of Scottish attitudes towards independence
Public Attitudes Towards Scotland's Constitutional Future 6 March 2012 The poll explored attitudes towards a range of issues surrounding the constitutional debate, including independence, devolution max, the impact of independence, important issues in the debate and who should lead the 'no'campaign. Public Attitudes Towards Scotland's Constitutional Future
Scots back inclusion of ‘Devolution Max’ question in referendum 2 March 2012 Six in 10 Scots want the referendum on Scotland’s constitutional future to include a separate question on the proposal for substantial new powers to the Scottish Parliament, known as ‘Devolution Max’. Scots back inclusion of ‘Devolution Max’ question in referendum
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