Do you think than the UK Government should make the decision of whether there is a second full lockdown and it should only happen if it is for the whole of the UK or should each of the devolved governments make the decision of whether there is a second full-lockdown in each of their own regions?

Fieldwork dates: 9 October 2020 - 13 October 2020
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you think than the UK Government should make the decision of whether there is a second full lockdown and it should only happen if it is for the whole of the UK or should each of the devolved governments make the decision of whether there is a second full-lockdown in each of their own regions?
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13 October 2020
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The UK Government should make the decision of whether there is a second full lockdown and it should only happen if it is for the whole of the UK27%
Each of the devolved governments should make the decision of whether there is a second full lockdown in each of their own regions63%
Don't know9%

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    And thinking about the possibility of a second full lockdown, similar to that in March this year,
    which of the following comes closest to your view? The UK Government should make the decision of whether there is a second full lockdown and it should only happen if it is for the whole of the UK or Each of the devolved governments should make the decision of whether there is a second full lockdown in each of their own regions.

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