MORI March 2017 Independence Brexit Local Elections.pdf


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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%