Scottish and Welsh people are loyal to their own parts of the UK, but the English are more likely to consider themselves British, a survey has found.
In Scotland, 77% of people claim their main loyalty is to the blue and white of St Andrew. In Wales, 65% identify with the red, white and green flag.
In England, just 18% of people plumped for the red and white St George cross, with 69% preferring the Union Jack.
The results came out on St George's Day - 23 April. Wonder if anyone noticed?