Scotland’s Future

We want to know what you think on a range of issues related to the Scottish independence debate. Each month we will be asking for your votes on five topical questions relevant to the independence referendum.

This month: Economy

In general, should the Scottish Parliament have full control over economic policy in Scotland?
Yes 91% Don't Know 1% No 7%
Specifically, should the Scottish Parliament have control over revenues from North Sea oil and gas?
Yes 92% Don't Know 2% No 6%
If Scotland were to become independent, should Scotland share the pound sterling with the rest of the UK in a currency union?
Yes 58% Don't Know 15% No 27%
If Scotland were to become independent, should the Bank of England set interest rates in Scotland?
Yes 21% Don't Know 20% No 59%
If Scotland were to become independent, should it take responsibility for its proportionate share of UK national debt?
Yes 68% Don't Know 11% No 21%












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Results

91%
7%
1%
Economy
Should the Scottish Parliament have full control over economic policy in Scotland?
91%Yes
1%Don't Know
7%No

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