After Britain has left the EU do you think the rules on immigration from the EU should be the same as they are in England and Wales, that they should make it easier for someone to come to live in Scotland than in England and Wales, or that they should make it harder?

Fieldwork dates: 5 February 2017 - 29 October 2017
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: After Britain has left the EU do you think the rules on immigration from the EU should be the same as they are in England and Wales, that they should make it easier for someone to come to live in Scotland than in England and Wales, or that they should make it harder?
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29 October 2017
Poll by ScotCen (Scottish Social Attitudes)
2 March 2017
Poll by ScotCen (Scottish Social Attitudes)
The rules on immigration from the EU should be the same in Scotland as they are in England and Wales63%62%
The rules on immigration from the EU should make it easier for someone from the EU to come to live in Scotland than in England and Wales24%25%
The rules on immigration from the EU should make it harder for someone from the EU to come to live in Scotland than in England and Wales12%12%

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Which of the following statements comes closer to your view about
immigration after Britain has left the EU?

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