Should the Scottish Government publish estimates of the infrastructure costs of independence?

Fieldwork dates: 6 June 2014 - 10 June 2014
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Should the Scottish Government publish estimates of the infrastructure costs of independence?
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10 June 2014
Poll by Survation
Yes77%
No12%
Don't know11%
Refused0%

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    An independent Scotland would require new state infrastructure including, for example, a new tax system, a new welfare department, a debt management agency, a security and intelligence agency, a new Scottish defence headquarters, a pensions regulator, transport organisations and a passport office. Do you think the Scottish Government should provide detailed estimates of the costs facing an independent Scotland for this infrastructure before the referendum vote on September 18?

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