Would you support income tax being raised by a penny for people in Scotland, while staying the same in the rest of the UK - if the extra tax receipts were invested in services or to reverse austerity cuts?

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"Would you support the rate of income tax being raised by a penny for people earning between £ 11,001 and £ 43,000 in Scotland, while remaining at 20p in the Pound in the rest of the UK - if the extra tax receipts were invested in services such as schools, or to reverse austerity cuts?"

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

    Full question wording: Would you support or oppose the basic rate of income tax being raised by a penny (from 20p to 21p in the Pound) for people earning between £ 11,001 and £ 43,000 in Scotland, while remaining at 20p in the Pound in the rest of the UK - if the extra tax receipts generated from people like you were invested in services such as schools, or to reverse austerity cuts?

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