If you knew that the Barnett formula was going to be abolished after 2015, how would it affect your vote in the independence referendum?

Fieldwork dates: 17 October 2013 - 24 October 2013
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If you knew that the Barnett formula was going to be abolished after 2015, how would it affect your vote in the independence referendum?
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24 October 2013
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It would make no difference - I'll vote Yes anyway.18%
I would be much more likely to vote Yes17%
I would be slightly more likely to vote Ye9%
I would be slightly more likely to vote No2%
I would be much more likely to vote No3%
It would make no difference - I'll vote No anyway30%
I don't plan to vote in the referendum2%
Don't know18%
Refused0%

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    The Scottish Government's annual budget (like those of Wales and Northern Ireland) is determined by a block grant from Westminster calculated according to the ‘Barnett formula', which is unpopular with many English voters and MPs. Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats have all recently said that they want to abolish this system and replace it with a ‘needs-based' alternative, which would give Scotland a smaller share of UK spending than it receives at present. If you knew that the Barnett formula was going to be abolished after 2015, how would it affect your vote in the independence referendum?

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