Should Scotland vote to remain in the EU but the UK votes to leave, should Scots know whether an independent Scotland could remain in the EU before a second independence referendum is held?

Fieldwork dates: 26 February 2016 - 10 May 2016
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Should Scotland vote to remain in the EU but the UK votes to leave, should Scots know whether an independent Scotland could remain in the EU before a second independence referendum is held?
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10 May 2016
Poll by ICM
7 March 2016
Poll by ICM
Scots should know before a second independence referendum takes place whether or not Scotland could definitely remain a member of the EU67%67%
A second independence referendum should take place without necessarily knowing if Scotland could remain in the EU21%18%
Don't know12%15%
Refused0%0%

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Again in the event of Scotland voting to remain in the EU but the overall result being in favour of the UK leaving it, which one of the following do you most agree with? Scots should know BEFORE a second independence referendum takes place whether or not Scotland could definitely remain a member of the EU. A second independence referendum should take place without necessarily knowing if Scotland could remain in the EU.

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