Independence for Scotland ‘still minority preference’
Support for Scottish independence remains a “minority” preference, with people doubtful it would bring them much material benefit, according to research today.
Only 32% want to leave the United Kingdom despite five years of SNP government at Holyrood and with just two years until the expected referendum.
The figure is nine points higher than in 2010 but one point lower than in 2005, the British Social Attitudes report showed.
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