If a bank needed bailing out and Scotland was independent, would it be in a stronger or weaker position to ensure customers didn’t lose any money?

Field work dates: 1 January 2013 - 1 January 2014
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: If a bank needed bailing out and Scotland was independent, would it be in a stronger or weaker position to ensure customers didn’t lose any money?
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1 January 2014
Poll by ScotCen (Scottish Social Attitudes)
1 January 2013
Poll by ScotCen (Scottish Social Attitudes)
A lot stronger5%4%
A little stronger9%11%
No difference21%24%
A little weaker23%29%
A lot weaker30%22%
Don't know11%10%
Refused0%0%

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Say in the future a bank in Scotland needed bailing out by the government. As a result of independence, do you think Scotland would be in a stronger position to ensure the bank's customers did not lose any money, a weaker position, or would it make no difference?

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