If Scotland voted for independence, would you prefer the option of keeping the pound in the long term, keeping the pound in the short term and switching to a new Scottish currency in the longer term when economic tests have been met, joining the Euro or switching to a new Scottish currency in the short term?

Field work dates: 25 September 2020 - 5 October 2020
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If Scotland voted for independence, would you prefer the option of keeping the pound in the long term, keeping the pound in the short term and switching to a new Scottish currency in the longer term when economic tests have been met, joining the Euro or switching to a new Scottish currency in the short term?
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5 October 2020
Poll by Survation
Keeping the pound in the long term61%
Keeping the pound in the short term and switching to a new Scottish currency in the longer term, when economic tests have been met22%
Joining the EU single currency, the Euro11%
Switching to a Scottish currency in the short term6%

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    If Scotland voted for independence, which of the following currency options would you prefer? Keeping the pound in the long term/Keeping the pound in the short term and switching to a new Scottish currency in the longer term, when economic tests have been met/Joining the EU single currency, the Euro/Switching to a Scottish currency in the short term

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