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Londoners hold distinct views to the rest of Britain but share substantial common ground with Scots, according to new findings by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen).
With the Brexit process far from concluded and new global challenges creating future uncertainties, this year’s British Social Attitudes survey finds a country that is at the same time growing together and growing apart.
More Scots think independence would improve the country’s economy and make Scotland a more significant global actor than did at the time of the 2014 Independence referendum - but the EU referendum has not brought about an increase in support for independence.
The British public is more interested in politics than at any time since 1991, reveals a previewed chapter in the new British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey, authored by Sir John Curtice.