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A new report published today by the Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen) and whatscotlandthinks.org reveals how the pursuit of Brexit is undermining public support in Scotland for staying in the UK.
A new report, published today by the National Centre for Social Research and whatukthinks.org, finds that while Brexit may be ‘done’ and no longer in the headlines, Britain remains deeply divided on the issue.
In particular, even though Labour and the Liberal Democrats are now largely keeping silent on the issue, relatively few Remain voters have so far come to accept the UK’s exit from the EU.
New data from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) reveals significant shifts in attitudes to the government’s handling of the Brexit negotiation process. Only 7% of Brits think that the UK government has been handling the negotiations well. 80% of Leave voters and 85% of Remain voters believe the government is handling Britain’s exit badly.
A new Poll of Polls on how people might vote in a second EU referendum is launched today by The National Centre for Social Research on its whatukthinks.org/eu website. It reveals that at present 52% of Brits currently want to remain in the European Union, with 48% backing Leave.
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.