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English views on Scottish independence 1999-2013

Share of English respondents agreeing that "Scotland should become independent, separate from the UK" from 1999 to 2013

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 10, 2014
English views on Scottish independence 1999-2013 This statistic shows the result of a survey in England from 1999 to 2013 (some years missing) which attempted to gauge the public opinion on whether Scotland should become an independent nation or not. In 2011, 26 percent of respondents said that it should. This was the peak of the period in question. Although the English have no opportunity to vote in the referendum in September 2014, if they did, it would seem that the majority would vote against the proposed independence from the United Kingdom.
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 10, 2014
This statistic shows the result of a survey in England from 1999 to 2013 (some years missing) which attempted to gauge the public opinion on whether Scotland should become an independent nation or not. In 2011, 26 percent of respondents said that it should. This was the peak of the period in question. Although the English have no opportunity to vote in the referendum in September 2014, if they did, it would seem that the majority would vote against the proposed independence from the United Kingdom.
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