Accepting the results of the Catalan referendum May 2014

If the referendum on Catalonia becoming a new state in Europe were to go ahead, would you accept the result regardless of the outcome?

Accepting the results of the Catalan referendum May 2014 This statistic shows what percentage of Catalans would accept the result of the referendum on Catalonia becoming a new state in Europe regardless of the outcome, according to a survey carried out in May 2014. The vast majority would accept the outcome, both if it means Catalonia remains part of Spain or if it becomes a new state. Only 9.1 percent admitted that they would not accept the result.
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If the referendum on Catalonia becoming a new state in Europe were to go ahead, would you accept the result regardless of the outcome?

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Share of respondents
Yes, I would accept the result87.6%
No, I wouldn't accept the result9.1%
I don't know1.9%
Share of respondents
Yes, I would accept the result87.6%
No, I wouldn't accept the result9.1%
I don't know1.9%
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This statistic shows what percentage of Catalans would accept the result of the referendum on Catalonia becoming a new state in Europe regardless of the outcome, according to a survey carried out in May 2014. The vast majority would accept the outcome, both if it means Catalonia remains part of Spain or if it becomes a new state. Only 9.1 percent admitted that they would not accept the result.
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