Do you think each of the devolved governments should decide the coronavirus lockdown rules for their own region or should the UK government decide the rules for the whole of the UK?

Field work dates: 9 October 2020 - 25 January 2021
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 4 polls

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Results for: Do you think each of the devolved governments should decide the coronavirus lockdown rules for their own region or should the UK government decide the rules for the whole of the UK?
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25 January 2021
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25 January 2021
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10 November 2020
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13 October 2020
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Each of the devolved governments should decide the rules for their own region45%69%68%71%
The UK government should decide the rules for the whole of the UK46%25%23%20%
Don't know9%6%9%9%

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Decisions around lockdown rules are decided separately for England, Scotland, Wales and
Northern Ireland. The UK Government makes decisions affecting England while the devolved governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland make decisions for their respective countries. Thinking about how coronavirus lockdown rules are decided, which of the following statements comes closest to your view? Each of the devolved governments should decide the rules for their own region or the UK government should decide the rules for the
whole of the UK.

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