The Future of Scotland group commissioned Ipsos MORI to survey 1,003 members of the public between 7 and 13 June. We wanted to ask ordinary members of the public – not politicians – what they thought about the future of Scotland, the constitutional debate thus far, and some of the key issues still up for debate. It should be noted that none of the results reflect the views of the campaign itself. It is a temperature check on the views of the public.
The poll found a significant majority of both Labour and SNP voters want the referendum to include a second question on giving the Scottish Government more powers.
There was also majority support from Liberal Democrats voters and nearly 80% of those who are undecided about independence. Overall, 56% of those who were polled supported a second question.
What do you think? Are you in favour of a question on more powers?
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