Perceptions of government & the Union

Much of the debate on constitutional change in Scotland – both before and since the independence referendum – has focussed on whether or not Scotland gets a ‘good deal’ out of being in the Union. This section includes questions on this issue, plus questions on what the Scottish public thinks about how well the UK government and the devolved institutions are performing.

If you are interested in questions about how the UK or Scottish government is performing in specific policy areas, go to Policy issues. And for questions about how people in Scotland think the country should be governed there is also a section dedicated to this.

Much of the debate on constitutional change in Scotland – both before and since the independence referendum – has focussed on whether or not Scotland gets a ‘good deal’ out of being in the Union. This section includes questions on this issue, plus questions on what the Scottish public thinks about how well the UK government and the devolved institutions are performing. If you are interested in questions about how the UK or Scottish government is performing in specific policy areas, go to Policy issues. And for questions about how people in Scotland think the country *should* be governed there is also a section dedicated to this.

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