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Scottish survey: Does Scotland get its fair share of government spending? 2014

Does Scotland get more, less or pretty much its fair share of government spending?*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 11, 2014
Scottish survey: Does Scotland get its fair share of government spending? 2014 This statistic shows a distribution of respondents to a survey question designed to find out what those residing in Scotland think about the share of government spending their country receives from being a part of the union of the United Kingdom. In January 2014, 43 percent of respondents felt that Westminster did not give Scotland its fair share of the budget.
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Does Scotland get more, less or pretty much its fair share of government spending?*

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