MORI March 2017 Independence Brexit Local Elections.pdf


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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%