If the changes to the Scottish Parliament’s powers proposed by the Internal Market Bill take effect without the Scottish people agreeing to them in a new referendum, do you think the Vow will have been kept or broken?

Fieldwork dates: 5 November 2020 - 11 November 2020
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If the changes to the Scottish Parliament’s powers proposed by the Internal Market Bill take effect without the Scottish people agreeing to them in a new referendum, do you think the Vow will have been kept or broken?
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11 November 2020
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The Vow will have been kept37%
The Vow will have been broken63%

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    Before the 2014 independence referendum, the three largest anti-independence parties issued a "Vow" promising that the Scottish Parliament is permanent. If the changes to the Scottish Parliament's powers proposed by the Internal Market Bill take effect without the Scottish people agreeing to them in a new
    referendum, do you think the Vow will have been kept or broken?

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