MORI March 2017 Independence Brexit Local Elections.pdf


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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%