This fellowship is focused on public opinion towards Scotland's constitutional future, and will address three key questions:
- Are people's attitudes towards independence simply a reflection of their sense of national identity, or are they are also shaped by what they think the consequences of independence would be?
- Will people vote for or against independence simply based on this issue, or will they be influenced by their attitudes towards the UK government or the various political parties?
- Has introducing devolution inevitably put Scotland on a path towards independence, or can a stable basis be found for governing Scotland within the framework of the United Kingdom?
The fellowship has resulted in the creation of a website, www.whatscotlandthinks.org, which provides a comprehensive collection of data on public attitudes towards Scotland's future together together with blogs and briefings on the subject. This will be followed by a book length study in the new year.
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