Scotland’s voters go to the polls on 18th September in order to
choose whether to stay in the United Kingdom or to leave and
become an independent country. In this briefing we assess what
impact the referendum has had on public attitudes towards
independence, using new evidence from the 2014 Scottish Social
Attitudes survey conducted earlier this summer. We examine
whether support for independence has increased or decreased,
whether people’s views on some of the key arguments put forward in
the campaign have changed, and whether or not there have been any
changes in who supports independence and why.
Read the full report: Has the Referendum Campaign Made a Difference?