If a majority of people in the UK voted for the UK to leave the EU, how would you vote in another Scottish independence referendum?

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"And if a majority of people in the UK voted for the UK to leave the EU, how would you vote in another Scottish independence referendum in response to the question: should Scotland be an independent country?"

Survey years

  • 14 January 2016: Panelbase survey for The Sunday Times with 1053 respondents, 18 and older.    Further info

    Base: likely voters

  • 07 February 2016: Ipsos Mori survey for STV with 1000 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Fill question wording : Imagine that the UK as a whole votes to leave the European Union in the referendum when voters in Scotland vote to remain in the European Union. If this led to another Scottish independence referendum being held, how would you vote in response to the question ''Should Scotland be an independent country''?"

  • 07 March 2016: ICM survey for Scotland on Sunday with 1000 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: In the event of such circumstances and a second referendum on Scottish Independence were called voters might be asked: Should Scotland be an independent country? Do you think you would vote ‘Yes’ or 'No'?

  • 11 April 2016: YouGov survey for The Times with 1012 respondents, 18 and older.   

    Full wording: Imagine Britain voted to leave the European Union and a second referendum on Scottish Independence was called. How would you then vote: Should Scotland be an independent country?

  • 15 April 2016: Panelbase survey for The Sunday Times with 1021 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Full wording: And if a majority of people in the UK voted for the UK to leave the EU, how would you vote in another Scottish independence referendum in response to the question: should Scotland be an independent country? Base: Likely voters

  • 28 April 2016: Panelbase survey for The Sunday Times with 1021 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

  • 10 May 2016: ICM survey for Scotsman with 1000 respondents, 18 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: In the event of such circumstances and a second referendum on Scottish Independence were called voters might be asked: Should Scotland be an independent country? Do you think you would vote ‘Yes’ or 'No'?

  • 22 May 2016: TNS-BMRB survey for Self-Funded or Unknown with 1008 respondents, 18 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: It is possible that Scotland may vote to remain in the EU, but the UK as a whole votes to leave. In those circumstances, if there was a new referendum on Scottish Independence how would you vote in that independence referendum? Yes (Scotland should be independent)/No (Scotland should not be independent)

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