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Scottish public opinion on MPs voting on English laws - survey 2000 - 2013

"Now that Scotland has its own parliament, Scottish MPs should no longer be allowed to vote in the House of Commons on laws that only affect England" Do you agree or disagree with this?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 17, 2014
Scottish public opinion on MPs voting on English laws - survey 2000 - 2013 This statistic shows the attitudes in Scotland towards Scottish MPs voting on English laws. When asked for their stance on the statement "now that Scotland has its own parliament, Scottish MPs should no longer be allowed to vote in the House of Commons on laws that only affect England", It seems that there would be relatively little objection in Scotland to limiting the right of Scottish MPs to vote on English laws. Typically just over half agree that Scotland’s MPs should not be voting on such laws, while only around one in five disagree. Both proportions have changed little since the advent of devolution, other than that perhaps opposition to the idea may have fallen a little (from 24 per cent in 2001 to 18 per cent now), while the proportion that “agree strongly” has increased from 14 per cent in 2000 to 21 percent in 2013.
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 17, 2014
This statistic shows the attitudes in Scotland towards Scottish MPs voting on English laws. When asked for their stance on the statement "now that Scotland has its own parliament, Scottish MPs should no longer be allowed to vote in the House of Commons on laws that only affect England", It seems that there would be relatively little objection in Scotland to limiting the right of Scottish MPs to vote on English laws. Typically just over half agree that Scotland’s MPs should not be voting on such laws, while only around one in five disagree. Both proportions have changed little since the advent of devolution, other than that perhaps opposition to the idea may have fallen a little (from 24 per cent in 2001 to 18 per cent now), while the proportion that “agree strongly” has increased from 14 per cent in 2000 to 21 percent in 2013.
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