Should we pay for public services in Scotland out of a sum of money decided by the UK Government and funded out of taxes collected across the UK, or out of taxes decided and collected by the Scottish Government in Scotland?

Field work dates: 1 January 2009 - 1 January 2013
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: Should we pay for public services in Scotland out of a sum of money decided by the UK Government and funded out of taxes collected across the UK, or out of taxes decided and collected by the Scottish Government in Scotland?
Fieldwork end date
Pollster
1 January 2013
Poll by ScotCen (Scottish Social Attitudes)
1 January 2012
Poll by ScotCen (Scottish Social Attitudes)
1 January 2009
Poll by ScotCen (Scottish Social Attitudes)
Out of a sum of money decided by the UK govt and funded out of taxes from across the UK46%44%40%
Out of taxes decided and collected by the Scottish Govt50%52%53%
Don't know4%4%6%
Refused0%0%0%

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Thinking about public services in Scotland, such as health and education, that are nowadays the responsibility of the Scottish Government. How do you think these services in Scotland should be paid for? Out of a sum of money decided by the UK Government and funded out of taxes collected across the UK, or out of taxes decided and collected by the Scottish Government in Scotland?

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