Which currency would you like an independent Scotland to use?

Fieldwork dates: 24 February 2014 - 15 August 2014
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Which currency would you like an independent Scotland to use?
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15 August 2014
Poll by YouGov
28 February 2014
Poll by YouGov
An independent Scotland using the pound as part of a currency union (meaning control of interest rates and monetary policy would be shared between Edinburgh and London)45%42%
An independent Scotland continuing to use the pound, but without a currency union (meaning interest rates and monetary policy would be controlled in London)8%11%
An independent Scotland setting up its own currency (meaning interest rates and monetary policy would be controlled in Edinburgh)23%24%
An independent Scotland joining the European single currency (meaning interest rates and monetary policy would be controlled by the European Central Bank)6%5%
Don't know19%18%
Refused0%0%

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If Scotland was to vote YES and become an independent country one of the issues that would need to be decided is what currency an independent Scotland would use. Which of the following would you most like to see?

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