Non-partisan information on attitudes to how Scotland and the UK should be governed
Do you think UK politicians are bluffing or not over their statement that they would not agree to a currency union.
"If Scotland votes to become an independent country in September this year there would be a period of negotiation to allow issues like Scotland's currency and EU membership to be decided before Scotland became fully independent in March 2016.
The Scottish government have said that they would like an independent Scotland to continue using the pound as part of a currency union with the remainder of the United Kingdom. The Chancellor, George Osborne, and the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties have said that they would not agree to this. Do you think...'
Full response options:
1) They are bluffing in order to increase the chances of a NO vote - if Scotland does vote YES things will be different, and the remainder of the UK would probably agree to a currency union
2) They are not bluffing and mean what they say - if Scotland does vote YES the remainder of the UK would probably not agree to a currency union"