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Page 1

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 1

EU(1). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The UK economy
Base : All

Total
(Weight
ed)

Gender

Employment status
of respondent

AGE
55 or
more
(f)

Working Working
(full
(partNot
time)
time) working Retired
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Public
(l)

Tenure
Rent
Owner council
occup Housing Rented
ied
Assoc. private
(m)
(n)
(o)

(x)

Male Female 16-24
(a)
(b)
(c)

Unweighted Total

1000

476

524

108

121

388

376

447

148

147

236

264

292

749

134

73

1000

Weighted Total

1000

479

521

143*

152*

343

355

409

105*

216*

248*

345

123

615

241*

123*

1000

Very positive
Somewhat positive
Make no difference

86

42
8%

5
3%

6
4%

26
8%

48

9%l

43
9%

119
12%

66
14%

54
10%

17
12%

12
8%

30
9%

61

119
23%

12
9%

26
17%

81

172
33%

81

64

56%xef 42%f

35%f

67
19%

225

107

23%clm 22%

Somewhat negative

335

163

33%fjn 34%

Very negative
Don't know

122

17%xe

106
30%xc

7
6%

11
5%

37

55
13%

11
10%

77
19%

28
27%

156
38%j

29
27%

15%xi

32
9%

5
4%

20
9%

33
13%

40
12%

32
15%

84

101

34%xgi

23
9%

7
6%

83
8%

15
13%

88

22
9%

9
8%

135
14%

82
24%

19
15%

108
18%

90

37%xmo 19%

174
17%

45
36%

224

52
22%

47
38%

342
34%

32

110
18%

42
18%

34
27%

206
21%

30
5%

12
5%

2
2%

60
6%

142
23%x

45

17

19%

14%

95

80
65%n

47%xhj

42
17%

118
34%

103
20%

25
17%

39
26%

69
20%

51
15%

75
18%

25
24%

46
21%

34
14%

59
17%

46
5%

14
3%

31
6%

3
2%

5
3%

16
5%

22
6%

15
4%

6
5%

6
3%

18
7%

13
4%

109
86
31%xcde 21%

17

31

21

14%

70
28%xi

73

16%

21%

17%

109

23%

524
249
52%fjn 52%
-319

-32%

-139

-29%

96

22

18

56

18%

15%

12%

16%

275

53%
-179

-34%

106
103
191
74%xef 68%xf 56%f

119

-84

-85

-10

-58%

-56% -39%

-135

33%
-3%

231
56%j
-145

-35%

54
51%j
-37

-35%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b - x/c/d/e/f - x/g/h/i/j - x/k/l - x/m/n/o - x/p/q
* small base

148
68%xhj
-117

-54%

75

30%
-5

-2%

All

54
9%

86
18%

21%

Net positive

24%c

13%xc

31
8%

189
19%

Combinations - Summary net
205
Positive
Negative

25-34 35-54
(d)
(e)

Work Sector

Unweigh
ted
Total

177

51%
-104

-30%

26%xk

7
6%

14%x

36%xn

77
334
62%xk 54%n
-56

-45%

-193

-31%

39%

24

-49

-64

-20%

-52%

218

22%
548

55%
-330

-33%

Page 2

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 2

EU(1). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The UK economy
Base : All

Total
(Weigh
ted)

Affluence of area
20% zones
1 Most
deprived
(a)

(x)

Should Scotland be
an independent
Unweig
country?
hted
Urban/rural
(INDY1)
Total

2
(b)

3
(c)

4
(d)

5 Least
deprived
(e)

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

Yes
(h)

No
(i)

Undeci
ded
(j)

All

Unweighted Total

1000

116

151

195

209

216

654

233

388

526

75

1000

Weighted Total

1000

151*

174*

181

182*

201

677

213

411

512

65*

1000

Very positive

86

16
10%

14
8%

15
8%

9
5%

15
7%

62

15
10%

13
7%

27
15%

31
17%

25
12%

69
10%

32
21%

63
36%xde

44
24%

29
16%

29
15%

44
29%

31
18%

51
28%

79

89

43%xbc

19%i

36
24%

44
25%

37
20%

46
5%

9
6%

10
6%

8
4%

9%gh

Somewhat positive

119
12%h

Make no difference

225
23%eh

Somewhat negative

335
33%bi

Very negative
Don't know

189

Combinations - Summary net
205
Positive
21%h

Negative
Net positive

524
52%i
-319

-32%

19
5%

63

31
8%

82

20%xf

157
23%

39
18%

67
16%

149

44%xbc

234
35%

60
28%

152
37%

28
16%

36
18%

125
18%

56

126

5
3%

7
3%

29
4%

30

27

42

40

40

20%

15%

23%

22%

20%

80

75

87

108

9%g

132

19%

53%

43%

48%

59%

125
359
62%xbc 53%

-50

-48

-45

-67

-86

-33%

-28%

-25%

-37%

-43%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b/c/d/e - x/f/g - x/h/i/j
* small base

-228

-34%

6
3%
42

26%x

9
4%

8
12%

174
17%

33
52%xi

342
34%
206
21%

15
4%

23
4%

7
11%xh

60
6%

50

-32%

143
28%

135
14%

10
15%

12%

55%

29%xhj

5
7%

53
10%

48

-69

16%xh

83
8%

31%xij

23%
117

12%xh

2
3%

279
68%xi
-228

-56%

145
28%xhj
196

38%

7

11%
43
66%xi

-51

-36

-10%

-55%

218

22%
548

55%
-330

-33%

Page 3

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 3

EU(2). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The economy in the European Union
Base : All

Total
(Weight
ed)

Gender

Employment status
of respondent

AGE
55 or
more
(f)

Working Working
(full
(partNot
time)
time) working Retired
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Public
(l)

Tenure
Rent
Owner council
occup Housing Rented
ied
Assoc. private
(m)
(n)
(o)

(x)

Male Female 16-24
(a)
(b)
(c)

Unweighted Total

1000

476

524

108

121

388

376

447

148

147

236

264

292

749

134

73

1000

Weighted Total

1000

479

521

143*

152*

343

355

409

105*

216*

248*

345

123

615

241*

123*

1000

Very positive

56
6%m

Somewhat positive

91
9%k

Make no difference

270
27%o

Somewhat negative

365

26
5%

30
6%

5
4%

8
5%

14
4%

30
8%

17
4%

6
6%

8
4%

22
9%

19
5%

5
4%

18
3%

31

40
8%

51
10%

14
10%

4
3%

24
7%

43

30
7%

6
6%

28
13%

25
10%

18
5%

8
7%

54
9%

137
29%

132
25%

37
26%

32
102
21% 30%

99
28%

117
29%

33
32%

48
22%

65
26%

103
30%

37
30%

165

177

188
36%

65

73

40%j

56
23%

146
42%

47
38%

247

38%f

35
33%

88

48%f

96
27%

179

46%f

17
11%

41
12%

32
9%

31
8%

17
16%g

32
15%

29
12%

27
8%

17

33

54

10%c

15%xc

34
8%

7
7%

12
5%

51

11%c

32
9%

38

73
21%xde

47

13

36

47

37

13

71

49

23

12%

12%

17%

19%

11%

10%

12%

20%

19%

66
54%x

310
51%xn

77

77
63%xn

37%fjn 37%

Very negative

112

52
11%

60
12%

20
14%

47
10%

59
11%

2
1%

66
15%lm 14%

81

19

16%

13%

11%g

Don't know

106
11%cl

Combinations - Summary net
147
Positive
Negative
Net positive

477
228
48%fjn 48%
-330

-33%

25-34 35-54
(d)
(e)

Work Sector

Unweigh
ted
Total

-162

-34%

249

48%
-168

-32%

86
60%xf

12

8%

130

11%

90
171
59%f
50%f

-67

-78

-132

-47%

-51% -39%

12%d

129

36%
-56

-16%

44%xj

211
52%j
-164

-40%

52

20%xghi

49%

120
55%j

34%

-39

-84

-38

-37%

-39%

-15%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b - x/c/d/e/f - x/g/h/i/j - x/k/l - x/m/n/o - x/p/q
* small base

85

173

50%
-136

-39%

27%o

All

7
6%

39
4%

18
8%

16
13%

80
8%

86

14
11%

281
28%

13%xm

36%o

47
19%

62

40%xn

51%xn

395
40%

16%xk

64
10%

30
12%

15
12%

115
12%

7
5%

67
11%

29
12%

9
7%

90
9%

19

-54

-44%

-239

-39%

32%
-27

-54

-11%

-44%

119

12%
510

51%
-391

-39%

Page 4

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 4

EU(2). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The economy in the European Union
Base : All

Total
(Weigh
ted)
(x)

Should Scotland be
an independent
Unweig
country?
hted
Urban/rural
(INDY1)
Total

Affluence of area
20% zones
1 Most
deprived
(a)

2
(b)

3
(c)

4
(d)

5 Least
deprived
(e)

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

Yes
(h)

No
(i)

Undeci
ded
(j)

All

Unweighted Total

1000

116

151

195

209

216

654

233

388

526

75

1000

Weighted Total

1000

151*

174*

181

182*

201

677

213

411

512

65*

1000

Very positive

56
6%

16
11%

Somewhat positive

91
9%

7
4%

Make no difference

270
27%

Somewhat negative

8
5%

6
3%

9
5%

43
6%

8
4%

26
6%

29
6%

-

39
4%

19%xade

17
9%

11
6%

12
6%

57
8%

23
11%

41
10%

44
9%

5
8%

80
8%

41
27%

45
26%

56
31%

43
23%

57
29%

192
28%

49
23%

103
25%

147
29%

19
30%

281
28%

365
37%

49
33%

48
28%

69
38%

76
42%

88

254
38%

77
36%

153
37%

183
36%

25
38%

395
40%

Very negative

112
11%

15
10%

27
15%

12
7%

27
15%

24
12%

74
11%

30
14%

55
13%

50
10%

7
10%

115
12%

Don't know

106

24

11
7%

19
11%

19
11%

10
5%

57
8%

27
12%

33
8%

60
12%

9
14%

90
9%

43
25%xde

25

18

21

15%

14%

10%

11%

64

75

81

11%ef

Combinations - Summary net
147
Positive
15%

Negative

477

48%

Net positive

-330

-33%

16%e
23

11
6%
33

103

44%b

42%

43%

45%

56%

112
56%x

-41

-32

-56

-85

-91

-27%

-18%

-31%

-47%

-45%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b/c/d/e - x/f/g - x/h/i/j
* small base

100

15%
328

48%
-229

-34%

30

67

73

5

14%

16%

14%

8%

107

50%
-77

-36%

208

51%
-141

-34%

232

45%
-159

-31%

31

49%
-26

-41%

119

12%
510

51%
-391

-39%

Page 5

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 5

EU(3). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The UK's influence on the world stage
Base : All

Total
(Weight
ed)

Gender

Employment status
of respondent

AGE
55 or
more
(f)

Working Working
(full
(partNot
time)
time) working Retired
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Public
(l)

Tenure
Rent
Owner council
occup Housing Rented
ied
Assoc. private
(m)
(n)
(o)

(x)

Male Female 16-24
(a)
(b)
(c)

Unweighted Total

1000

476

524

108

121

388

376

447

148

147

236

264

292

749

134

73

1000

Weighted Total

1000

479

521

143*

152*

343

355

409

105*

216*

248*

345

123

615

241*

123*

1000

Very positive

119
12%l

Somewhat positive

120
12%d

25-34 35-54
(d)
(e)

Work Sector

Unweigh
ted
Total

58
12%

62
12%

9
7%

9
6%

34
10%

67

55
12%

65
12%

16
11%

6
4%

32
9%

65

Make no difference

274
27%

141
30%

133
26%

36
25%

38
100
25% 29%

Somewhat negative

251

122

129
25%

55

42

25%fjn 25%

Very negative
Don't know

180

100
28%

21
10%

49

48
12%

10
10%

14
6%

48

110
27%

33
31%

60
28%

25
24%

65

86
25%

64
18%

115
28%j

37
11%

7
6%

66
11%

37
15%

15
13%

106
11%

34
10%

14
11%

72
12%

35
14%

12
10%

123
12%

67
27%

104
30%

31
26%

166
27%

69
29%

34
28%

257
26%

42
17%

81
24%

44

176

30%j

35
15%

31
25%

277
28%

38
17%

28
11%

74
21%

25
20%

112
18%

38
16%

28
23%

192
19%

20

14
6%

14
4%

2
1%

23
4%

2
2%

45
5%

98
72
39%xghi 21%

17%

20%xgh
20%xi

36%xk

86
18%

94
18%

26
18%

40

78
23%xf

35
10%

89

26%f

22%j

22
21%

55

16

39
7%

1
1%

17

13
4%

23
7%

10
2%

7
7%

132
85
37%xcde 21%

18

34

17%

16%

47
45%j

103
47%j

28%

45%

-29

-69

27

-83

-48

-27%

-32%

11%

-24%

-39%

Combinations - Summary net
240
Positive

Net positive

18%xde

8
7%

18%f

6%acglm3%

Negative

38%xef 28%

37
19%xcde 9%

113
24%deil 24%

127

431
208
43%fjn 43%

223

-191

-19%

24%
43%

11%ce

25

15

66

18%

10%

19%

81
57%xf

82
164
54%f
48%f

-95

-97

-56

-67

-97

-20%

-19%

-39%

-44% -28%

99

28%
34

9%

204
50%xj
-119

-29%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b - x/c/d/e/f - x/g/h/i/j - x/k/l - x/m/n/o - x/p/q
* small base

All

9%g

70

155

21

29%xn

138

22%

69
288
56%xk 47%xn
-150

-24%

28
12%xm
71

28

30%

23%

73

59

30%

48%

-2

-31

-1%

-25%

229

23%
469

47%
-240

-24%

Page 6

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 6

EU(3). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The UK's influence on the world stage
Base : All

Total
(Weigh
ted)

Affluence of area
20% zones
1 Most
deprived
(a)

(x)

Should Scotland be
an independent
Unweig
country?
hted
Urban/rural
(INDY1)
Total

2
(b)

3
(c)

4
(d)

5 Least
deprived
(e)

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

Yes
(h)

No
(i)

Undeci
ded
(j)

All

Unweighted Total

1000

116

151

195

209

216

654

233

388

526

75

1000

Weighted Total

1000

151*

174*

181

182*

201

677

213

411

512

65*

1000

119

35

Very positive

17
9%

17
9%

15
7%

88
13%

18
8%

26
6%

90

23%xcde

24
14%

120
12%

19
13%

25
15%

24
13%

20
11%

15
8%

67
10%

37

37
9%

80

17%xf

274

23
15%

52
30%

58

42
23%

63

181
27%

58
27%

77
19%

180

32%a

32
21%

41
23%

41
22%

49
27%

70

185
27%

47
22%

127

35%xc

32
21%

29
16%

32
17%

36
20%

36
18%

117
17%

47
22%

120

10
7%

4
3%

10
6%

18

3
1%

38
6%

7
3%

54
36%xde

49
28%e

41

36

30

22%

20%

15%

64

69

72

86

12%hj

Somewhat positive
Make no difference

27%ah

Somewhat negative

251
25%i

Very negative

180
18%i

Don't know

55
6%e

Combinations - Summary net
240
Positive
24%ehj

Negative
Net positive

431
43%i
-191

-19%

10%xe

31%a

40%

40%

47%

106
53%x

-9

-20

-32

-49

-76

-6%

-12%

-17%

-27%

-38%

42%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b/c/d/e - x/f/g - x/h/i/j
* small base

155

23%
303

45%
-148

-22%

2
3%

106
11%

3
5%

123
12%

15
23%

257
26%

98
19%

25

277
28%

43
8%

14

29%xi

22%i

192
19%

23
6%

21
4%

6
10%

45
5%

31%xi

55

63

26%

15%

94

44%
-39

-18%

248
60%xi
-184

-45%

18%xhj
16%x
35%xh

170
33%xhj
141

28%
29

6%

38%xi

5

7%
39
60%xi
-34

-53%

229

23%
469

47%
-240

-24%

Page 7

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 7

EU(4). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The European Union's influence on the world stage
Base : All

Total
(Weight
ed)

Gender

Employment status
of respondent

AGE

Work Sector

Working Working
55 or
(full
(partNot
25-34 35-54 more
time)
time) working Retired
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Public
(l)

Unweigh
ted
Total

Tenure
Rent
Owner council
occup Housing Rented
ied
Assoc. private
(m)
(n)
(o)

(x)

Male Female 16-24
(a)
(b)
(c)

Unweighted Total

1000

476

524

108

121

388

376

447

148

147

236

264

292

749

134

73

1000

Weighted Total

1000

479

521

143*

152*

343

355

409

105*

216*

248*

345

123

615

241*

123*

1000

Very positive

56
6%m

Somewhat positive

108
11%ae

Make no difference

384
38%m

Somewhat negative

294
29%fj

28
6%

28
5%

4
3%

3
2%

23
7%

26
7%

18
4%

6
5%

10
4%

19
8%

16
5%

6
5%

38
8%

70
13%

15
11%

16
11%

24
7%

51

39
10%

13
13%

20
9%

34
14%

24
7%

177
37%

207
40%

52
36%

53
149
129
35% 43% 36%

167
41%

42
40%

87
40%

82
33%

155
32%

139
27%

57

56

31%f

28
26%

72

37%f

74
21%

140

40%xf

33%j

107

14%e

34%xj

All

25
4%

23
9%

8
7%

53
5%

16
13%

75

14
6%

15
13%

126
13%

148
43%

41
34%

222
36%

102
42%

52
43%

372
37%

49
20%

114
33%

45

205

12%x

36%x

33%xn

51
21%

30
24%

308
31%

Very negative

75
7%

44
9%

31
6%

6
4%

17
11%

22
6%

29
8%

25
6%

8
7%

14
6%

27
11%

21
6%

11
9%

40
6%

27
11%

8
6%

71
7%

Don't know

84

37
8%

46
9%

8
6%

6
4%

19
6%

46

19
5%

9
8%

13
6%

38

13%xe

22
6%

4
4%

48
8%

25
10%

10
8%

70
7%

77
22%x

57

19

30

53

40

22

14%

18%

14%

21%

12%

18%

16%

35

86

76

56
45%x

245
40%x

8%gl

Combinations - Summary net
164
Positive
16%

Negative
Net positive

369
37%f
-205

-21%

65

98

20

19

47

14%

19%

14%

13%

14%

63
44%f

73
129
48%f 37%

199

42%

170

33%

-133

-72

-43

-54

-82

-28%

-14%

-30%

-35% -24%

103

29%
-25

-7%

166

40%
-108

-27%

15%xg

135

33%

40%

31%

39%

-16

-56

-23

-95

-34

-15%

-26%

-28%

-28%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b - x/c/d/e/f - x/g/h/i/j - x/k/l - x/m/n/o - x/p/q
* small base

-9%

101

-144

-23%

36

24

15%

19%

78

37

32%

30%

-42

-14

-17%

-11%

179

18%
379

38%
-200

-20%

Page 8

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 8

EU(4). Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
The European Union's influence on the world stage
Base : All

Total
(Weigh
ted)

Affluence of area
20% zones
1 Most
deprived
(a)

(x)

Should Scotland be
an independent
Unweig
country?
hted
Urban/rural
(INDY1)
Total

2
(b)

3
(c)

4
(d)

5 Least
deprived
(e)

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

Yes
(h)

No
(i)

Undeci
ded
(j)

All

Unweighted Total

1000

116

151

195

209

216

654

233

388

526

75

1000

Weighted Total

1000

151*

174*

181

182*

201

677

213

411

512

65*

1000

Very positive

56
6%

14
10%

13
8%

7
4%

10
5%

6
3%

39
6%

11
5%

25
6%

31
6%

*
*

53
5%

Somewhat positive

108
11%

14
9%

19
11%

22
12%

21
11%

19
9%

71
11%

24
11%

52
13%

47
9%

8
13%

126
13%

Make no difference

384
38%

43
28%

62
36%

74
41%

59
32%

50%xad

271
40%

69
32%

154
38%

206
40%

19
30%

372
37%

294
29%

44
29%

39
22%

55
30%

69

59
30%

194
29%

72
34%

119
29%

145
28%

27

38%xb

308
31%

Very negative

75
7%

17
11%

21
12%

8
4%

12
6%

11
5%

50
7%

19
9%

31
8%

38
7%

4
6%

71
7%

Don't know

84

19

19

13%e

11%e

15
8%

12
7%

5
3%

52
8%

19
9%

29
7%

45
9%

6
9%

70
7%

Somewhat negative

8%e

Combinations - Summary net
164
Positive
16%

Negative

369

37%

Net positive

-205

-21%

102

28

32

30

31

24

19%

19%

16%

17%

12%

61

60

62

80

70

41%

34%

34%

44%

35%

-33

-28

-32

-50

-46

-22%

-16%

-18%

-27%

-23%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - x/a/b/c/d/e - x/f/g - x/h/i/j
* small base

110

16%
244

36%
-133

-20%

35

77

78

16%

19%

15%

90

150

42%

37%

-56

-73

-26%

-18%

183

36%
-106

-21%

42%x

9

13%
31

48%
-23

-35%

179

18%
379

38%
-200

-20%

Page 9

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - September 2016
Table 9

EU. Now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, do you think it will have a positive or negative impact, or make no difference, on each of the following?
- Summary table Base : All
The economy in
The UK's
the European
influence on
The UK economy
Union
the world stage

The European
Union's
influence on
the world stage

Unweighted Total

1000

1000

1000

1000

Weighted Total

1000

1000

1000

1000

Very positive

86
9%

56
6%

119
12%

56
6%

Somewhat positive

119
12%

91
9%

120
12%

108
11%

Make no difference

225
23%

270
27%

274
27%

384
38%

Somewhat negative

335
33%

365
37%

251
25%

294
29%

Very negative

189
19%

112
11%

180
18%

75
7%

46
5%

106
11%

55
6%

84
8%

Don't know

Combinations - Summary net
205
Positive
21%

Negative

524

52%

Net positive

-319

-32%

147

15%
477

48%
-330

-33%

Fieldwork dates : 5th to 11th September 2016
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J16-063558-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %

240

24%
431

43%
-191

-19%

164

16%
369

37%
-205

-21%


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