If the SNP get a majority in next year’s Scottish Parliament elections, but the UK government doesn’t transfer the powers to the Scottish Government to hold a referendum, do you think the Scottish Government should or should not try to hold a vote without those powers?

Field work dates: 6 August 2020 - 8 March 2021
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: If the SNP get a majority in next year’s Scottish Parliament elections, but the UK government doesn’t transfer the powers to the Scottish Government to hold a referendum, do you think the Scottish Government should or should not try to hold a vote without those powers?
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8 March 2021
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10 November 2020
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10 August 2020
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The Scottish government should try to hold a vote without those powers36%39%38%
The Scottish government should not try to hold a vote without those powers48%45%44%
Don't know17%16%18%

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Imagine that the SNP do get a majority in the Scottish Parliament elections next year, but the UK government doesn’t transfer the powers to the Scottish government to hold a referendum.
In those circumstances, do you think…? The Scottish government should try to hold a vote without those powers/The Scottish government should not try to hold a vote without those powers

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