30 March 2017
| Scottish Parliament
Scotland and Europe - the public view
Prof John Curtice will present findings from the most comprehensive survey yet of the kind of relationship with the EU that people in Scotland want in the wake of the UK-wide vote to leave the EU.
At the event, kindly hosted by Patrick Harvie MSP, Prof John Curtice will present findings from the most comprehensive survey yet of the kind of relationship with the EU that people in Scotland want in the wake of the UK-wide vote to leave the EU.
The seminar will also report on attitudes towards Scotland having a closer relationship with the EU than does the rest of the UK – and the impact of the Brexit debate on attitudes towards independence.
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When and where
Date: 30th March 2017
Location: The Fairfax Somerville Room, Scottish Parliament Building, Edinburgh, EH99 1SP
- Professor John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow, NatCen Social Research and UK in a Changing Europe
- Patrick Harvie MSP, Co-Convenor, Scottish Green Party, respondent
- Chair: Paul Bradshaw, Head of ScotCen Social Research
The event is part of the ‘What UK Thinks: EU’ project; funded by the ESRC as part of its ‘The UK in a Changing Europe programme’.
Led by psephologist Prof John Curtice, NatCen’s researchers have been collating and analysing all the key survey and polling data on attitudes towards the EU since before the Referendum, creating a comprehensive resource on what the British public think. All of the materials can be found on its website: http://whatukthinks.org/eu/
At the same time, ScotCen run the whatscotlandthinks.org website, which provides a comprehensive collection of data and commentary on how voters think Scotland is and should be governed.
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