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Page 1

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 1

INDY1 Should Scotland be an independent country?
Base : All giving a voting intention

Total
(Weight
ed)

(x)

Gender

Employment status
of respondent

AGE

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

16-24
(c)

25-34
(d)

35-54
(e)

55 or
more
(f)

Work Sector

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

Tenure

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Public
(l)

Owner
occup
ied
(m)

Rent
council
Housing Rented
Assoc. private
(n)
(o)

Yes
(p)

No
(q)

All

Unweighted Total

954

476

478

107

128

341

372

409

144

249

286

218

668

122

91

263

691

954

Weighted Total

943

470

473

127*

143*

324

342

391

92*

180*

247

341

116

596

216*

112*

268

675

954

Yes

464

254

75

92

136
40%

200

51

113

122

76

59%f

158
64%xef 49%

51%j

55%j

63%xj

57%m

148
67%xm 55%

316
47%

452
47%

52
41%

52
36%

207

191
49%

41
45%

67
37%

94
43%

37
33%

360
53%

502
53%

No

209
49%bfjm 54%xb 44%

480

216

51%adio 46%

264
56%xa

166
51%d

60%xcd

116

Children in Unweigh
household
ted
(DEM5)
Total

84
34%
163

180
53%

57
49%

255
43%

161

59
51%

340

66%xghi 47%

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
* small base

57%xno

120
45%

Page 2

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 2

INDY1 Should Scotland be an independent country?
Base : All giving a voting intention

Total
(Weigh
ted)
(x)

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

2
(b)

3
(c)

Urban/rural
4
(d)

5 Least
deprived
(e)

Unweig
hted
Total

First vote at Local Elections
(LOCALELE1)

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

SNP
(h)

Scot'
Cons
(i)

Scot'
Lab
(j)

Scot'
LD
(k)

Scot'
Green
(l)

UKIP
(m)

Unweighted Total

954

116

143

177

212

222

629

241

377

188

132

78

72

20

954

Weighted Total

943

173*

168*

167

183

163

635

220

403

166

142*

55*

62*

32**

954

Yes

464

105

95

305
48%

115
52%

339

48

10

40

34%i

18%i

49%deijk

61%xde

56%de

84
50%

68
37%

67
41%

2
84%xijk 1%

2
64%xijk 7%

452
47%

l

No

480
51%ahl

68
39%

74
44%

83
50%

115
63%xab

96
59%xab

330
52%

105
48%

64
164
94
45
22
99%xhj 66%xhl 82%xhl 36%h
16%
kl

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
_______________________________________________________________________________________
* small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

29
93%

502
53%

Page 3

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 3

INDY1 Should Scotland be an independent country?
Base : All giving a voting intention and (9/10 or 10/10) likelihood to vote (at INDY4)

Total
(Weight
ed)

(x)

Gender

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

Employment status
of respondent

AGE

16-24
(c)

25-34
(d)

35-54
(e)

55 or
more
(f)

Work Sector

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

Tenure

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Public
(l)

Owner
occup
ied
(m)

Rent
council
Housing Rented
Assoc. private
(n)
(o)

Yes
(p)

No
(q)

All

Unweighted Total

858

431

427

91

117

318

327

380

119

217

265

207

611

104

79

237

621

858

Weighted Total

814

402

412

98*

130*

293

288

355

84*

140*

205

308

109

514

187*

97*

234

580

858

Yes

410

224

60

84

148

188

48

89

108

69

61%f

65%xef

116
40%

57%j

64%xj

58%m

128
71%xm 55%

282
49%

415
48%

39
39%

45
35%

172

168

36
43%

51
36%

79
42%

28
29%

298
51%

443
52%

No

186
50%bfjm 56%xb 45%

404

178

50%adio 44%

226
55%xa

51%f

145
49%d

53%j

60%xcde 47%

110

Children in Unweigh
household
ted
(DEM5)
Total

70
34%
134

170
55%

54
50%

222
43%

138

55
50%

292

66%xghi 45%

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
* small base

57%xno

106
45%

Page 4

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 4

INDY1 Should Scotland be an independent country?
Base : All giving a voting intention and (9/10 or 10/10) likelihood to vote (at INDY4)

Total
(Weigh
ted)
(x)

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

2
(b)

3
(c)

Urban/rural
4
(d)

5 Least
deprived
(e)

Unweig
hted
Total

First vote at Local Elections
(LOCALELE1)

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

SNP
(h)

Scot'
Cons
(i)

Scot'
Lab
(j)

Scot'
LD
(k)

Scot'
Green
(l)

UKIP
(m)

Unweighted Total

858

100

127

156

194

209

566

220

343

175

115

71

68

18

858

Weighted Total

814

149*

135*

147*

161

151

551

193

351

151

119*

49*

57*

28**

858

Yes

410

95

83

40

8

40

62%xde

106
55%

302

63%xde

272
49%

50%deijk

76
52%

63
39%

61
41%

2
86%xijk 1%

33%ik

16%i

1
70%xijk 4%

415
48%

l

No

404
50%abhl

55
37%

52
38%

71
48%

98

90

61%xab

59%xab

279
51%

87
45%

49
149
80
41
17
99%xhj 67%xhl 84%xhj 30%h
14%
kl

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
_______________________________________________________________________________________
* small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

l

27
96%

443
52%

Page 5

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 5

INDY1 Should Scotland be an independent country?
Base : All 9/10 or 10/10 likelihood to vote (at INDY4)

Total
(Weight
ed)

Gender

Male
(a)

(x)

Employment status
of respondent

AGE

Female
(b)

16-24
(c)

25-34
(d)

35-54
(e)

55 or
more
(f)

Work Sector

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

Tenure

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Public
(l)

Owner
occup
ied
(m)

Rent
council
Housing Rented
Assoc. private
(n)
(o)

Yes
(p)

No
(q)

All

Unweighted Total

918

453

465

94

126

344

349

404

125

234

277

224

653

112

84

254

664

918

Weighted Total

873

421

452

102*

141*

317

307

375

92*

150*

221

321

118

544

205*

106*

248

624

918

Yes

410

224

60

84

116
38%

188

48

89

52%j

60%xj

108
53%

69

58%f

148
60%xf
47%

128
65%xm 52%

282
45%

415
45%

172

168

36
39%

51
34%

No

186
47%bfjm 53%xb 41%

404
46%dio

Undecided

54
6%m

Refused

5
1%

178
42%

226
50%

39
38%

45
32%

18
4%

35
8%

4
4%

*
*

5
1%

145

50%j

120

Children in Unweigh
household
ted
(DEM5)
Total

70
32%
134

170
53%

54
46%

222
41%

138

55
46%

292

46%d

56%xcde 45%

11
8%

20
6%

18
6%

19
5%

7
7%

10
7%

15
7%

12
4%

*
*

3
1%

1
*

1
*

1
2%

-

1
1%

1
*

-

61%xghi 43%

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
* small base

54%xno

79
39%

28
27%

106
43%

298
48%

443
48%

9
8%

27
5%

16
8%

8
8%

13
5%

40
6%

55
6%

1
1%

4
1%

1
1%

1
1%

4
1%

5
1%

-

Page 6

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 6

INDY1 Should Scotland be an independent country?
Base : All 9/10 or 10/10 likelihood to vote (at INDY4)

Total
(Weigh
ted)

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

(x)

2
(b)

3
(c)

Urban/rural
5 Least
deprived
(e)

4
(d)

Unweig
hted
Total

First vote at Local Elections
(LOCALELE1)

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

SNP
(h)

Scot'
Cons
(i)

Scot'
Lab
(j)

Scot'
LD
(k)

Scot'
Green
(l)

UKIP
(m)

Unweighted Total

918

107

136

169

200

225

604

233

362

179

126

76

79

19

918

Weighted Total

873

161*

146*

159*

165

167

596

202

363

153

133*

52*

71*

29**

918

Yes

410

95

83

40

8

40

57%xde

106
52%

302

59%de

272
46%

47%deijk

76
48%

63
38%

61
37%

2
83%xijk 1%

30%i

15%i

56%ijk

1
4%

415
45%

27
93%

443
48%

1

55
6%

l

No

404
46%abhl

55
34%

52
36%

71
45%

98

90

60%xabc

54%xab

279
47%

87
43%

49
149
80
41
17
97%xhj 60%xhl 79%xhj 24%
13%
kl

Undecided
Refused

54
6%dhi

9
5%

11
7%

11
7%

5
1%

3
2%

-

1
1%

3
2%
*
*

16
10%d

-

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
_______________________________________________________________________________________
* small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

42
7%

8
4%

10
3%

3
1%

2
1%

3
1%

l

2
1%
-

13
10%hi

*
*

3
6%
-

14

20%xhik 3%

-

-

5
1%

Page 7

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 7

INDY4. And, how likely would you be to vote in a referendum on Scotland's constitutional future, on a scale of 1 to 10, where 10 means you would be absolutely certain to vote
and 1 that you would be absolutely certain NOT to vote?
Base : All

Total
(Weight
ed)

Gender

Employment status
of respondent

AGE

Work Sector

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

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Tenure
Owner
occup
ied
(m)

Rent
council
Housing Rented
Assoc. private
(n)
(o)

(x)

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

16-24
(c)

25-34
(d)

35-54
(e)

55 or
more
(f)

Unweighted Total

1029

502

527

117

139

370

397

437

128

156

269

302

237

716

134

Weighted Total

1029

493

536

147*

156*

354

365

415

101*

208*

267

358

127

631

248*

395
80%

436
81%

90
61%

135

307

295

368

88

128
62%

215

314

115

528

186
75%

26
5%

16
3%

13
9%

30
6%

16
3%

10
2%

10 (Absolutely certain
to vote)

831

87%xc

81%c

89%xij

87%i

7
4%

10
3%

12
3%

7
2%

4
4%

22

14
9%

4
2%

13
4%

15
4%

16
4%

1
1%

15
7%

16
3%

7
5%

4
3%

7
2%

8
2%

5
1%

*
*

13

4
1%

9
2%

2
2%

1
1%

1
*

8
2%

1
*

9
2%

11
2%

7

3
2%

1
*

10

2%e

3%e

5
1%

5
1%

-

5
3%xef

1
*

-

7
1%m

1
*

6
1%

2
2%

-

5
*

3
1%

1
*

-

29

5
1%

23

3%a

4%xa

Don't know

6
1%

4
1%

Refused

-

9

81%ci

42
4%gm

8

46
4%l

7

26
3%gq

6

14
1%g

5
4
3
2
1 (Absolutely certain
not to vote)

20

86%c

11%xgj

Public
(l)

Children in Unweigh
household
ted
(DEM5)
Total

Yes
(p)

No
(q)

All

99

287

742

1029

126*

298

731

1029

103
81%

241
81%

590
81%

880
86%

3
2%

7
2%

35
5%

38
4%

80%i

88%x

91%x

84%x

6
2%

8
2%

3
2%

16
3%

19

4%l

*
*

28
4%

12
5%

5
4%

14
5%

32
4%

35
3%

13
2%

12
5%

-

15
5%xq

11
2%

17
2%

9
1%

1
1%

3
2%

4
1%

10
1%

8
1%

13
2%

6
2%

1
1%

3
1%

17
2%

14
1%

1
*

1
*

5
1%

2
*

13
5%

13

8%m

6%xg

6
2%

4
1%

1
1%

1
1%

6
3%

5
2%

1
*

*
*

6
1%

3
3%

2
1%

9
3%

7
2%

2
1%

-

1
*

-

5

-

-

1
*

-

5

5
1%

-

1
*

-

6

-

-

1
1%

1
*

2
1%

4

3%xg

3%xm

2
1%

5
1%

3
*

1
1%

3
1%

-

1
*

3
3%xgj

1
*

-

2
1%

1
1%

4
1%

-

1
*

1
*

4
1%

4
*

5
3%

1
1%

6
2%

16
4%

8
2%

1
1%

7
3%

13
5%

7
2%

2
2%

17
3%

3
1%

6
5%

9
3%

20
3%

24
2%

2
*

3
2%

-

1
*

2
*

1
*

*
*

3
1%

2
1%

2
*

-

3
*

1
1%

2
1%

2
1%

4
1%

4
*

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5%e

2%x

2%m

Mean

9.28ci

9.41

9.16

8.65

9.56c

9.50xc

9.19

9.58xij

9.43i

8.70

9.15

9.54x

9.55x

9.36

9.23

9.06

9.28

9.28

9.47

Standard Deviation

1.92

1.58

2.18

2.30

1.40

1.69

2.11

1.52

1.84

2.31

2.16

1.59

1.71

1.85

1.75

2.41

1.91

1.93

1.69

Combinations - Summary net
65
1-5

24

42

15

26

16

22

16

7

35

16

12

15

50

47

6%g

6-10
1-3
7-10
4-6

5%

958
93%c

465

40
4%a

9

944
92%ci
39
4%eg

94%
2%
461

8%
493

92%
31
6%xa
483

19
13%xde

4%

85%

151
96%c

338
95%c

7

2

5%

2%

126

123

94%

90%

84%

19

20

14
9%xe

4%

4%

6

4%

149
96%c

14

4%

7%
337

92%
16

4%

336
329
95%xcf 90%

5

2

3%

1%

18
5%e

4%
397
96%xi

7

6%
95

93%

9

4

2%

4%

396
95%xij

93

92%

8

4

2%

4%

21
10%g
185

8%
244

89%

91%

14

13

7%
179

5%
239

86%

90%

13

14

6%

5%

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
* small base

4%
340

5%
120

95%

95%

9

5

2%

4%

339

120

95%

94%

8

2

2%

2%

5%
594

94%
22

4%
585

7%
230

93%
6

2%
229

93%

92%

22

12

3%

5%

9%
113

5%
281

7%
677

5%
978

89%

94%

93%

95%

11

12

28

31

8%
110

4%
277

87%

93%

4

7

3%

2%

4%
667

3%
970

91%

94%

32

24

4%

2%

Page 8

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 8

INDY4. And, how likely would you be to vote in a referendum on Scotland's constitutional future, on a scale of 1 to 10, where 10 means you would be absolutely certain to vote
and 1 that you would be absolutely certain NOT to vote?
Base : All

Total
(Weigh
ted)

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

(x)

2
(b)

3
(c)

First vote at Local Elections
(LOCALELE1)

Urban/rural
5 Least
deprived
(e)

4
(d)

(9/10 or 10/
10) certain/
likely to Unweig
vote
hted
(INDY1)
Total

Urban
(f)

Rural
(g)

SNP
(h)

Scot'
Cons
(i)

Scot'
Lab
(j)

Scot' Scot'
LD Green UKIP
(k)
(l)
(m)

Yes
(n)

No
(o)

Unweighted Total

1029

126

156

193

219

240

678

256

402

194

147

84

85

21

415

443

1029

Weighted Total

1029

191*

186*

189

186

180

701

232

431

171

161*

59*

79*

33**

410

404

1029

831
81%

148
77%

138
74%

154
82%

163

160

565
81%

197
347
151
121
88%xj 75%
85% 80%

51
87%

68
86%

29
89%

389

394

42

14

8
4%

5
2%

2
1%

7
4%

31
4%

5
2%

17
4%

2
1%

7%i

1
2%

3
4%

-

6
3%

12
6%

8
4%

6
3%

4
2%

26
4%

10
4%

25
6%

2
1%

8
5%

4
6%

3
3%

1
4%

5
3%

5
3%

9
5%

2
1%

4
2%

23
3%

2
1%

17
4%

2
1%

2
1%

*
1%

-

10 (Absolutely certain
to vote)
9

4%d

8

46
4%no

7

26
3%no

7%d

87%xb

89%xab

12

95%x

21
5%

98%x

880
86%

9
2%

38
4%

-

-

35
3%

-

-

-

17
2%

6

14
1%

6
3%

6
3%

*
*

-

1
1%

13
2%

*
*

8
2%

-

4
2%

*
1%

-

-

-

-

8
1%

5

20

*
*

5
3%

6
3%

2
1%

3
2%

12
2%

4
2%

8
2%

1
*

2
1%

2
3%

5

2%no

6%xi

3
8%

-

-

14
1%

5
1%

-

-

1
*

5

-

-

5

3%x

2%xf

-

-

1
*

-

-

-

-

-

2
*

3

7
1%

4
2%

2
1%

1
*

-

-

5
1%

2
1%

2
1%

-

4
2%

-

-

-

-

-

3
*

2

5
*

1
1%

2
1%

-

-

-

4
1%

-

-

2
1%

2
1%

-

1
1%

-

-

-

4
*

29
3%eno

6
3%

5
3%

5
3%

8
4%

1
1%

6
3%

7
2%

6%h

6
3%

*
1%

-

-

-

-

24
2%

Don't know

6
1%

-

3
2%

-

*
*

-

3
*

*
*

-

2
1%

*
*

-

-

-

-

-

4
*

Refused

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mean

9.28

9.15

9.04

9.29

9.34

9.68xa
bc

9.29

9.33

9.38

9.30

9.04

9.61

9.54

9.54

9.95x

9.98x

9.47

Standard Deviation

1.92

2.09

2.13

1.86

2.05

1.15

1.89

1.95

1.60

2.28

2.24

1.22

1.39

1.39

0.22

0.15

1.69

12

15

12

14

4

39

18

17

13

14

47

4

1 (Absolutely certain
not to vote)

Combinations - Summary net
65
1-5
6%eno

6-10
1-3
7-10

958

179

8%
168

7%
176

7%
172

2%
176
98%xb

93%

94%

90%

93%

92%

40
4%eno

11
6%e

10
5%e

6

8

1

3%

4%

1%

944

92%

4-6

6%

39
4%ino

173

91%
7

3%

162

87%
11

6%

176

172

175
97%xb

93%

92%

7

6

4

4%

3%

2%

19
3%

6%
658

94%
27

4%
645

8%
214

92%

4%

9

4%

2%

157

92%
1

*

92%

94%

25

10

16

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
* small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

4%

12
7%h

406

92%
4%

7%

414
157
96%x 92%

9
213

10

4%

9%
147

91%
11
7%h
143

2

5

3

-

-

3%

7%

8%

-

404
100%x

978
31

5%

57

74

30

97%

93%

92%

410
100%x

*

1

-

-

-

1%

1%

-

-

404
100%x

970
24

56

74

30

89%

96%

93%

92%

410
100%x

7

2

3

-

-

4%

3%

8%

-

-

5
6%i

95%
3%
94%
2%

Page 9

Scottish Public Opinion Monitor - March 2017
Table 9

INDYSCALE. And on a scale of 1 to 10 where 1 means ‘I completely support Scotland becoming independent’ and 10 means ‘I completely support Scotland staying part of the UK’ ,
what number would you consider yourself to be?
Base : All

Total
(Weight
ed)

Gender

Employment status
of respondent

AGE

Work Sector

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

Private
/Selfempl
-oyed
(k)

Tenure
Owner
occup
ied
(m)

Rent
council
Housing Rented
Assoc. private
(n)
(o)

(x)

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

16-24
(c)

25-34
(d)

35-54
(e)

55 or
more
(f)

Unweighted Total

1029

502

527

117

139

370

397

437

128

156

269

302

237

716

134

Weighted Total

1029

493

536

147*

156*

354

365

415

101*

208*

267

358

127

631

248*

283

164

1 - completely support
Scotland becoming
independent

28%bm

119
33%xb 22%

2

31
3%

16
3%

15
3%

3

75

33
7%

42
8%

7%fj

Public
(l)

Children in Unweigh
household
ted
(DEM5)
Total

Yes
(p)

No
(q)

All

99

287

742

1029

126*

298

731

1029

29
20%

49
31%

107
30%

96
26%

125
30%

29
29%

61
29%

61
23%

113
32%

33
26%

151
24%

80
32%

5
3%

4
3%

14
4%

7
2%

13
3%

3
3%

9
4%

4
2%

11
3%

5
4%

20
3%

7
3%

4
3%

18
5%

9
2%

37
9%j

7
7%

11%j

6
2%

31
9%

9
7%

46
7%

15
6%

2
2%

11
2%

12%xk

27

22

18%xef

14%xef

22

48

85
38%xm 29%

198
27%

274
27%

14
5%

17
2%

40
4%

10
8%

26
9%

49
7%

66
6%

1
*

5
4%

3
1%

14
2%

24
2%

50
8%

9
4%

9
7%

26
9%

42
6%

67
7%

4

17
2%

8
2%

9
2%

4
3%

4
3%

5
1%

4
1%

8
2%

2
2%

3
2%

3
1%

5
2%

5

68
7%

28
6%

40
7%

16
11%

11
7%

24
7%

16
4%

27
6%

9
9%

16
8%

12
4%

18
5%

6

26
3%

12
2%

14
3%

4
3%

3
2%

7
2%

12
3%

7
2%

1
1%

10
5%

7
3%

5
1%

3
2%

17
3%

5
2%

3
2%

7
2%

19
3%

25
2%

7

47

24
5%

23
4%

14

5%f

10
7%

15
4%

8
2%

14
3%

7
7%

13
6%

7
3%

15
4%

6
5%

25
4%

10
4%

10
8%

16
5%

31
4%

47
5%

48
5%

25
5%

23
4%

10
7%

14

14
4%

10
3%

25
6%

5
5%

13
6%

5
2%

18
5%

9%x

25
4%

16
7%

6
4%

12
4%

36
5%

51
5%

18
2%

13
3%

5
1%

3
2%

2
1%

3
1%

10
3%

8
2%

1
1%

1
1%

8
3%

6
2%

3
2%

14
2%

2
1%

2
1%

4
1%

14
2%

26
3%

31
21%

35
23%

30
30%

52
25%

42%xo

92
37%

31
24%

96
32%

297
41%

391
38%

6

8
4%

2
1%

9
1%

11
5%

-

9
3%

13
2%

18
2%

112
54%j

32%

8
9
10 - completely support
Scotland staying part of
the UK
Don't know/Refused

393

160

233

10%f

9%xf

135

144

43%xa

22

12
2%

4
3%

1
1%

12
4%

249
225
51%xb 42%

81
55%f

91
58%xf

167
47%f

131

63

64

174

45

89

42%

41%

230
198
63%xcde 48%

45%

43%

61

138

111

39

42%

75
48%xf

39%

92
44%j

58

62

167

44

79

2%m

Combinations - Summary net
475
1-5
46%bfj

10
2%

299
56%a

38%cd

191

38%acdi 33%
lo

52%xcde 35%

4
1%

36%

6
1%
210
51%xj

6%xgj
50
49%j

150

129

56%xghi 36%

87

6
2%
179

50%

6-10

533
234
52%ado 47%

1-3

389
213
176
38%bfjm 43%xb 33%

7-10

507
49%i

222

45%

53%

39%

39%

47%

44%

38%

4-7

159
15%f

71

87

29

51

39

56

20

43

30

43

14%

16%

38
26%xef

18%

14%

11%

13%

20%

21%

11%

12%

284

49%
39%

30%

175
42%xj

219
192
60%xcde 46%

178
173
67%xghi 48%
72

27%

155

43%

171
169
64%xghi 47%

Fieldwork dates : 24th February to 6th March 2017
Respondent Type : General public aged 16+
J17-011478-01 Weighted.
Source : Ipsos MORI
*=Less than 0.5 %
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
* small base

15

11

38
30%
2
1%
63

50%
62

264

277

44%

112

45%
125

49%

346
55%xo

47

217

102

37%
59

46%
26
20%xk

34%
329
52%xo
103

16%

50%
41%
120

75
154
60%xm 52%

321

51

397

40%

135

45%

54%

62
124
49%xm 42%

265

48

379

128

49%

38%

43%

24

27
21%n

52

10%

44%

18%

36%
52%
106

15%

471

46%
540

52%
380

37%
515

50%
163

16%


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