Voting intention for the Catalan referendum as of June 2014*

Catalan referendum: voting intention June 2014 This statistic shows voting intentions for the Catalan referendum on independence planned to take place on November 9, according to a survey carried out in June 2014. While the majority of respondents were in favor of Catalonia becoming an independent state, it was not an absolute majority. Nearly a third of respondents were completely against Catalonia becoming a state, while 3.8 percent wanted Catalonia to become a state, but not independent from Spain.
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Voting optionsShare of respondents
Yes + Yes44.1%
No30.1%
Abstain5.6%
Yes + No3.8%
Yes + Undecided/No response3%
Undecided/No response/None of the above13.4%
Voting optionsShare of respondents
Yes + Yes44.1%
No30.1%
Abstain5.6%
Yes + No3.8%
Yes + Undecided/No response3%
Undecided/No response/None of the above13.4%
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This statistic shows voting intentions for the Catalan referendum on independence planned to take place on November 9, according to a survey carried out in June 2014. While the majority of respondents were in favor of Catalonia becoming an independent state, it was not an absolute majority. Nearly a third of respondents were completely against Catalonia becoming a state, while 3.8 percent wanted Catalonia to become a state, but not independent from Spain.
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Release date
June 2014
Region
Spain
Survey time period
June 16 to 18, 2014
Number of respondents
800 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
Residents in Catalonia with the right to vote
Method of interview
Computer-assisted web interviews (CAWI)
Supplementary notes
* The Catalan referendum will have two questions: 1. Do you want Catalonia to become a state? 2. Do you want this state to be independent?
A 'Yes + Yes' vote is in favor of Catalonia becoming an independent state, a 'Yes + No' vote is in favor of Catalonia becoming a state, but not independent from Spain.

Surveys of respodents up to 44 years were carried out via computer-assisted web interviews. Those aged 45 or over were surveyed through computer-assisted telephone interviews.

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