Do you support or oppose an increase in income tax in Scotland to try and raise £200 million more for public services.

Fieldwork dates: 1 December 2017 - 5 December 2017
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you support or oppose an increase in income tax in Scotland to try and raise £200 million more for public services.
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5 December 2017
Poll by Survation
Strongly support19%
Somewhat support27%
Neither support nor oppose21%
Somewhat oppose13%
Strongly oppose15%
Don't know6%
Refused0%

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    The Scottish Government has published options for potential changes to income tax in order for Scotland to invest at least £200 million more in public services. A final proposal will be voted on by MSPs (Members of the Scottish Parliament) as part of the budget in December 2017. Thinking about these proposals, to what extent do you support or oppose this statement? ‘'There should be an increase in income tax in Scotland to try and raise £200 million more for public services.''

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