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Scottish independence: Confidence and worry for Scotland's future 2014 survey

If Scotland were to become independent, would you feel confident about Scotland's future, worried, or neither confident nor worried?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 11, 2014
Scottish independence: Confidence and worry for Scotland's future 2014 survey This statistic shows a distribution of respondents to a survey question designed to find out how those residing in Scotland would feel if, in September 2014, Scotland voted 'yes' for independence from the United Kingdom. With a great deal of campaigning taking place on both sides of the debate, the 'no' vote usually has the most supporters in the polls. In January 2014, the most commonly anticipated feeling was one of worry, with the majority (58 percent) saying they'd be quite or very worried if it were to happen.
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If Scotland were to become independent, would you feel confident about Scotland's future, worried, or neither confident nor worried?

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