by David Bell, Liam Delaney & Michael McGoldrick, University of Stirling’s Management School
In a contribution to The Conversation's Scotland Decides series, Jo Armstrong responds to the apparent gender gap in polling on independence.
People who are more willing to take risks are more likely to vote ‘Yes’ in Scotland’s referendum, according to researchers at the University of Stirling.
New analysis of Scottish Social Attitudes suggests voter participation may be key to campaign victory.
How British people define their national identity will influence voting patterns in the forthcoming European elections, producing widely differing outcomes across the UK, research suggests.
Following speculations about voters from firth of Scotland having a decisive influence on the referendum outcome, Nico
Imagine it’s 19 September 2014 and Scotland has voted No. If that does prove to be the case the No side’s victory will have been built on a two-pronged strategy.
On Saturday, 26 April, leading politicians, academics and representives of the third sector and civil society came together to explore the question of
Christine Bell discusses implications of the Scottish independence debate for Northern Ireland and calls for a more creative relationship between the centre and the periphery.
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