Would you support or oppose a change to prevent Scottish MPs from voting in the House of Commons on issues that have no direct impact on people in Scotland? (English views)

Field work dates: 18 July 2015 - 20 July 2015
Data from: England
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Would you support or oppose a change to prevent Scottish MPs from voting in the House of Commons on issues that have no direct impact on people in Scotland? (English views)
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20 July 2015
Poll by Ipsos Mori
Strongly support33%
Tend to support20%
Neither support nor oppose16%
Tend to oppose13%
Strongly oppose17%
Don't know2%
Refused0%

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    As you may know, Scotland has its own parliament which makes decisions about issues such as health and education. This is not the case in England where all issues are decided by MPs from across the UK in the House of Commons. Some people think that Scottish MPs should not be allowed to vote in the House of Commons on issues that have no direct impact on people in Scotland. To what extent would you support or oppose such a change?

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