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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.

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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Source

Release date

August 2014

Region

Spain

Survey time period

May 5 to 20, 2014

Number of respondents

1,600*

Method of interview

Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)

Supplementary notes

* Barcelona = 600, Girona = 350, Lleida = 300, Tarragona = 350.

Total share does not come to 100 due to the exclusion of respondents who did not answer the question.

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