In the poll, YouGov claim that 55% of adults in Englandandwales would, if given the choice, vote no to Scottish independence. In the graph below it does state that the % is of all UK adults, but even with Scotland taken out it's the same figure.
|Poll from here|
The question on Scotland is the last question on the poll (.pdf), the first question was about voting intentions at the next election. I'll come back to the second question in a moment. Questions three, four and five were asking people about the characteristics of the leaders of the three main London parties. They list a bunch of good points and then a none of the above option. Cameron had a none of the above average of 45% with 57% of people in Scotland indicating none of the above. Milliband had a 50% average and 53% in Scotland and Clegg had 59% average with a huge 66% in Scotland. Remember the higher the number the least likeable qualities these 'leaders' have. Wales has been lumped in with the midlands so it's impossible to work out what YouGov want us to think from these results.
Now back to question two. "Do you approve or disapprove of the Government's record to date?"
Don't know 14%
|First graph is the original, the second I made from the YouGov 'data'. Share via twitter | facebook|
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