What Scotland Thinks
Published: November 2020
The What Scotland Thinks website provides impartial, up-to-date information on public attitudes towards how the constituent parts of the UK should and are being governed.
It's run in conjunction with What UK Thinks: EU which provides impartial, up-to-date information on public attitudes to the European Union before and since the EU Referendum.
Visit the site to read the latest comment and analysis from John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow at ScotCen, as well as the latest polls.
The What Scotland Thinks website was originally set up to track opinions on Scottish independence in the lead-up to the Scottish referendum.
It is run by the Scottish Centre for Social Research currently funded by the Economic and Social Research Council as part of its The UK in a Changing Europe initiative.
Data from key surveys and opinions polls of relevance to Scottish independence and how the constituent parts of the UK should be governed can be explored online. The Comment and Analysis page offers impartial commentary on these issues by academic and media commentator Professor John Curtice in the form of blogs, podcasts and analysis papers, alongside regular contributions from guest experts.