Posted on 29 October 2020 by Sir John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow
It is often argued that Scotland is more left-wing than England. After all, the relative weakness of the Conservative party north of the border would seem a clear testament to that being the case. And the claim, which has often been made by SNP spokespersons, fits one of the key arguments that the party presents in favour of independence, that is, that for so long as it is part of the Union, Scotland is always at risk of having the realisation of its preferences stymied by the less progressive views of those living south of the border.
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BSA37, British Social Attitudes, ISSP, International Social Survey Programme, Scottish Social Attitudes, inequality