Is the ability to limit EU citizens’ right to live and work in the UK or being a member of the single market the more important consideration during Brexit negotiations?

Field work dates: 9 March 2017 - 5 June 2017
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Is the ability to limit EU citizens’ right to live and work in the UK or being a member of the single market the more important consideration during Brexit negotiations?
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5 June 2017
Poll by YouGov
14 March 2017
Poll by YouGov
The UK should be able to limit EU citizens the right to live and work in the UK, even if it means the UK no longer being a member of the European single market38%43%
The UK should continue to be a member of the European single market, even if it means the UK is not able to limit EU citizens the right to live and work in the UK51%48%
Neither11%10%

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Which of the following is more important to you when thinking about the UK's Brexit negotiations?

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