People who earn a salary of more than £28,850 in Scotland pay a higher rate of income tax than they would elsewhere in the UK, do you think this negatively impacts the ability of employers in Scotland to attract people from the rest of the UK to work here?

Fieldwork dates: 23 January 2024 - 25 January 2024
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: People who earn a salary of more than £28,850 in Scotland pay a higher rate of income tax than they would elsewhere in the UK, do you think this negatively impacts the ability of employers in Scotland to attract people from the rest of the UK to work here?
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25 January 2024
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This negatively impacts the ability of employers in Scotland to attract people from the rest of the UK to work here57%
This does not negatively impact the ability of employers in Scotland to attract people from the rest of the UK to work here29%
Don't know15%

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    People who earn a salary of more than £28,850 in Scotland pay a higher rate of income tax than they would elsewhere in the UK Which of the following statements is closest to your view? This negatively impacts the ability of employers in Scotland to attract people from the rest of the UK to work here OR This does not negatively impact the ability of employers in Scotland to attract people from the rest of the UK to work here.

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