Should the new First Minister mount a legal challenge to the UK government’s veto of the Scottish Government’s gender recognition reforms?

Fieldwork dates: 8 March 2023 - 10 March 2023
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Should the new First Minister mount a legal challenge to the UK government’s veto of the Scottish Government’s gender recognition reforms?
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10 March 2023
Poll by Survation
The new First Minister for Scotland should mount a legal challenge against the UK Government via a judicial review26%
The new First Minister for Scotland should NOT mount a legal challenge against the UK Government via a judicial review55%
Don't know19%

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    The UK Government has used a “Section 35 Order” to veto the Scottish government’s recent gender recognition reforms - meaning the reforms will not go ahead in their current form. A section 35 order cannot be overturned by the Scottish Parliament. The Scottish Government could amend and reconsider the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill, or it could challenge the UK Government’s section 35 order via judicial review. Which of the following is closest to your view? The new First Minister for Scotland should/ should not mount a legal challenge against the UK Government via a judicial review

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