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1 UACES 2014, Cork Constitutional Referendums and the EU: Scotland Charlie Jeffery UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH

2 Europe in Public Opinion If Scotland did vote yes, then should it be in or out of the EU? (MORI, 2013) 61% in EU (59% ‘no voters) 33% out (35% ‘no’ voters)EU (35% ‘no’ voters)

3 Comparing Euro-scepticism 2014Good thing Bad thing England34 Wales3532 Scotland4327

4 Comparing Euro-scepticism 2014Good thing Bad thing England34 Wales3532 Scotland InOut England3740 Wales3935 Scotland4832

5 Comparing Euro-scepticism 2014Good thing Bad thing England34 Wales3532 Scotland InOut England3740 Wales3935 Scotland4832

6 Which Leader Stands up for England?

7 1.Nigel Farage22%

8 Which Leader Stands up for England? 1.Nigel Farage22% 2.None of them21%

9 Which Leader Stands up for England? 1.Nigel Farage22% 2.None of them21% 3.Don’t know 17%

10 Which Leader Stands up for England? 1.Nigel Farage22% 2.None of them21% 3.Don’t know 17% 4.David Cameron 15%

11 Which Leader Stands up for England? 1.Nigel Farage22% 2.None of them21% 3.Don’t know 17% 4.David Cameron 15% 5.Ed Miliband 13%

12 Which Leader Stands up for England? 1.Nigel Farage22% 2.None of them21% 3.Don’t know 17% 4.David Cameron 15% 5.Ed Miliband 13%


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