If an independent Scotland could not join a ‘currency union’ with the rest of the UK, what currency would be your preferred option?

Field work dates: 17 February 2014 - 7 August 2014
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: If an independent Scotland could not join a ‘currency union’ with the rest of the UK, what currency would be your preferred option?
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Pollster
7 August 2014
Poll by Survation
18 February 2014
Poll by Survation
Using the pound with no currency union and no Scottish control over monetary policy20%23%
A separate Scottish currency with a fixed exchange rate with the British pound26%29%
A separate Scottish currency with a flexible exchange rate22%20%
The euro12%12%
Don't know20%16%
Refused0%0%

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Regardless of how you intend to vote in the referendum, if an independent Scotland could not join a 'currency union' with the rest of the UK, which of these would be your preferred option for the currency of an independent Scotland?

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