If the SNP do not win a majority in the upcoming Scottish Parliament elections and a majority of the candidates elected oppose holding a referendum, do you think there should be a referendum on Scottish Independence in the next two years, two to five years’, at some point in the future, but not in the next five years or never?

Field work dates: 28 April 2021 - 30 April 2021
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If the SNP do not win a majority in the upcoming Scottish Parliament elections and a majority of the candidates elected oppose holding a referendum, do you think there should be a referendum on Scottish Independence in the next two years, two to five years’, at some point in the future, but not in the next five years or never?
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30 April 2021
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There should be a referendum on Scottish Independence in the next two years20%
There should be a referendum on Scottish Independence, but it should be in two to five years’ time16%
There should be a referendum on Scottish Independence at some point in the future, but not in the next five years14%
There should not be a referendum on Scottish Independence50%

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    Please imagine the SNP do not win a majority alone in the upcoming Scottish Parliament elections, and a majority of the candidates elected oppose holding a referendum on Scottish Independence. On the question of Scottish Independence, which of the following do you think should happen?

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