Scottish independence: Predicted effect on gap between rich and poor 2014 survey

This statistic shows a distribution of respondents to a survey question designed to find out how those residing in Scotland think the gap between rich and poor would be effected if, in September 2014, Scotland voted 'yes' for independence from the United Kingdom. In January 2014, 37 percent of respondents thought there would be no such difference.

As a result of independence, would the gap between rich and poor in Scotland be bigger, smaller or would it make no difference?

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Source

Release date

August 2014

Region

United Kingdom (Scotland)

Survey time period

January 2014

Number of respondents

1,339 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Scottish residents

Method of interview

Face-to-face interview

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