Should the UK or Scottish Government set the ground rules for Scotland’s independence referendum? (GB views)

Fieldwork dates: 20 January 2012 - 22 January 2012
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Should the UK or Scottish Government set the ground rules for Scotland’s independence referendum? (GB views)
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22 January 2012
Poll by ICM
It is for the Scottish government to manage SCOTLAND's referendum28%
Scottish independence would AFFECT the whole UK, so the government in London is right to want a say on the referendum's ground rules61%
Don't know11%
Refused0%

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    You may have seen or heard about a disagreement between the Scottish first minister, Alex Salmond, and Britain's prime minister David Cameron about the ground rules for Scotland's independence referendum. Which one of the following do you MOST agree with? (Great Britain)

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