If there were to be a second Independence Referendum, would you prefer two options – Scotland to be an independent country or remain part of the Union – or three options – independent country, part of the Union, or “Devo Max”

Field work dates: 14 January 2022 - 16 March 2022
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: If there were to be a second Independence Referendum, would you prefer two options – Scotland to be an independent country or remain part of the Union – or three options – independent country, part of the Union, or “Devo Max”
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16 March 2022
Poll by ComRes
18 January 2022
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Two options, independent country or part of the Union54%55%
Three options, independent country, part of the Union,. or 'devo max'32%32%
Don't Know14%14%

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'Devo Max' is often taken to mean full fiscal autonomy, and as an alternative to both full Scottish independence and retaining the status quo with regards to devolution from Westminster. The principle of 'Devo Max' is that, instead of receiving a block grant from the UK Treasury, the Scottish Parliament would receive all taxation levied in Scotland, and would be responsible for most public spending in Scotland, except payments made to the UK government to cover Scotland's contribution to UK-wide services, often taken to mean defence and foreign affairs. If there were to be a second Scottish Independence Referendum, which of the following would you prefer? A ballot paper with two options - for Scotland to be an independent country, or for Scotland to remain as part of the Union with England, Wales and Northern Ireland/ A ballot paper with three options - for Scotland to be an independent country, for Scotland to remain as part of the Union with England, Wales and Northern Ireland, or for "Devo Max"

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