Under no circumstances should another independence referendum happen? (Independence support in polls above 60%/ pro-Indy partiies win 50%/majority of seats at general election)

Fieldwork dates: 6 October 2023 - 18 October 2023
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Under no circumstances should another independence referendum happen? (Independence support in polls above 60%/ pro-Indy partiies win 50%/majority of seats at general election)
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18 October 2023
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If support for independence in opinion polls is at 60% or above for at least a year19%
If the SNP and other independence supporting parties win more than 50% of the votes in Scotland at the next general election13%
If the SNP and other independence supporting parties win a majority of Scottish Westminster seats at the next general election8%
We already have the circumstances where another independence referendum should happen17%
Under no circumstances should another independence referendum happen33%
None of these11%

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    Under what circumstances, if any, should there be another referendum on Scottish independence? If support for independence in opinion polls is at 60% or above for at least a year/ If the SNP and other independence supporting parties win more than 50% of the votes in Scotland at the next general election/ If the SNP and other independence supporting parties win a majority of Scottish Westminster seats at the next general election/ We already have the circumstances where another independence referendum should happen/ Under no circumstances should another independence referendum happen

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