What kind of Brexit would voters in Scotland actually like to see? This new report by John Curtice provides the first in-depth examination of attitudes in Scotland towards a number of the issues that will have to be settled during the Brexit negotiations. At the same time, it presents a systematic comparison of attitudes in Scotland with those across Britain as a whole, and thus gives us an insight into whether Scotland does or does not want a different kind of Brexit from the rest of Britain.
While voters in Scotland support many elements of a ‘soft’ Brexit, they back a ‘hard’ Brexit on immigration.
Attitudes towards Brexit in Scotland are only slightly different from those across Britain as a
Scotland is almost evenly divided on whether, given the UK-wide vote to leave, it should be expected to leave the EU or not.
Most voters think that the rules on immigration and trade between Scotland and the EU should be the same as those in England and Wales.
Read the full report:
Does Scotland want a different kind of Brexit?