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Scottish opinion: Long term policy on the European Union 2014

What should Britain's long-term policy on the European Union be?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 11, 2014
Scottish opinion: Long term policy on the European Union 2014 This statistic shows a distribution of respondents to a survey question designed to find out how those residing in Scotland think Britain's long-term policy on the European Union should be. With the referendum on Scottish independence looming, when Scotland will vote 'yes' or 'no' for independence from the United Kingdom, there is also fervid debate on how, if independence is gained, the country should position itself with the EU. The framing of this question, however, assumes that Scotland is still a part of Great Britain. The largest percentage of respondents stated that they think Britain's long-term goal should be to stay in the European Union but to try to reduce the EU's powers.
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What should Britain's long-term policy on the European Union be?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 11, 2014
This statistic shows a distribution of respondents to a survey question designed to find out how those residing in Scotland think Britain's long-term policy on the European Union should be. With the referendum on Scottish independence looming, when Scotland will vote 'yes' or 'no' for independence from the United Kingdom, there is also fervid debate on how, if independence is gained, the country should position itself with the EU. The framing of this question, however, assumes that Scotland is still a part of Great Britain. The largest percentage of respondents stated that they think Britain's long-term goal should be to stay in the European Union but to try to reduce the EU's powers.
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