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The questions are biased in the way they are framed. Why no option for an independent Scotland to be outside the EU? Why no option for it to be "safer" to remain part of the UK?
This Brexometer...can t be even considered.. the majority of people who would have voted would be SNP. The others are inclined to keep a low profile, and wouldn’t t vote.The silent ones will vote when needed.Everyone knows that independence is only independence if you make your own rules and that staying in E U. won’t allow that.
Interesting results, do the colour of the dots mean anything?
Ok, firstname.lastname@example.orgPM, there is nothing stopping you doing your own Brexitometer survey with your own carefully formulated questions. It would be interesting to see what the results would be. See you at the same place on Saturday?
Is it really safer to leave the trading relationship with ruk (four times bigger than eu exports) and stay in the eu? Whether you agree with brexit or independence I think people are fooling themselves with their voting on that question.
Scotland s people split apart right down the middle..... Independence.Uk s people split apart right down the middle. ......Brexit.We need to get together and make some compromises.
9.11 AnonYou are correct.Compromise would be to allow Wales and England to leave EU.Allow Scotland and Northern Ireland to keep within a borderless customs union with the EU and the rUK.Simples :-)Media folk are increasingly saying that Referenda are divisive.Should just revert back to the way things used to be.If Nicola says SNP MPs will declare independence and we elect a majority of SNP MPs, then that should suffice.Also, simples :-)
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