Flash poll on behalf of The Sun on Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement of her intention to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence.
- There is majority support for the idea of Theresa May refusing to give the Scottish Government permission for a second referendum until the UK has left the EU, with 60% of the public agreeing with this statement.
- Overall, public opinion in Great Britain appears to be against Scottish independence, with 57% of British adults saying that Scotland should not become a fully independent country.
- There is little support for England to be a fully independent country, with 60% of British adults saying that it should not be.
Date Published: 15/03/2017
Categories: GB | Politics | Public and communities
Client: The Sun
ComRes interviewed 1,005 adults online on the 14th March 2017. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults by region, gender and age.