How should Scotland be governed? (Scottish Election Study, 1992)

Field work dates: 1 April 1992 - 31 August 1992
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: How should Scotland be governed? (Scottish Election Study, 1992)
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31 August 1992
Poll by Scottish Community Planning Research
Scotland should become independent, separate from UK and the European Community6%
Scotland should become independent, separate from the UK but part of the European Community18%
Scotland should remain part of the UK, with its own elected Assembly with some tax and spending powers52%
There should be no change25%

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    An issue in Scotland is the question of an elected Assembly - a special pariament for Scotland dealing with Scottish affairs. Which of these statements comes closest to your view...

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