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BBC Scotland poll details in full

BBC Scotland commissioned a special poll to mark the decade of devolution north of the border.


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A total of 1,010 people were interviewed by ICM between 22 and 24 June.

They were asked for their views on the performance of the parliament and political leaders both north and south of the border.

There were questions on where decisions about Scotland's future should be made, whether Scotland gets its fair share of funding and whether the Scottish Parliament should be given more powers over taxation.

And people were questioned about their views on independence and the need for a referendum on the issue. The full details can be seen by clicking on the link above.

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