The Brexit Process

The negotiations between Britain and the EU are certainly expected to be complex and could potentially prove contentious. It can be anticipated that there will be debates about how well institutions, such as the UK government, or individuals, such as the President of the European Council, are handling the process, as well as about the merits of the process itself.

This section covers voters’ evaluations of how the UK’s exit from the EU is being handled, their perceptions of those participating in the process, and whether they would like to see it handled differently.

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Half-Time in the Brexit Negotiations: The Voters’ Scorecard

6 December 2017

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.

Does Scotland want a different kind of Brexit?

30 March 2017

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.

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