- MORI On-Line interviewed 1,009 adults aged 18+ across Great Britain
- Interviews were conducted by telephone on 22-23 April 1997
- Data were weighted to profile of the population
- The survey was conducted for the Euro-Sceptic Conservative activist Paul Sykes
- An asterisk (*) denotes a figure between zero and 0.5%
- Base: All respondents, unless stated
Q1 How do you intend to vote at the General Election on May 1st? (If undecided or refused at Q1) Q2 Which party are you inclined to support?
|Scot / Welsh Nationalist||2|
|Would not vote||7|
Q3 How much, if anything do you feel you know about plans for a single European currency? Would you say you know a great deal, a fair amount, just a little or hardly anything at all, or have you never heard of it?
|A great deal||5||6||1||4||6|
|A fair amount||22||15||28||21||26|
|Just a little||43||44||39||55||60|
|Hardly anything at all||26||34||27||20||8|
|Never heard of it||3||1||4||*||-|
Q4 If there was a referendum now on whether Britain should be part of a single European currency, how would you vote?
|In favour of a single currency||27||11||41||23||16|
|Against single currency||54||75||36||62||79|
Q5 How strongly do you support or oppose the idea that there should be a United States of Europe with a federal government?
|Tend to support||15||5||25||15||12|
|Neither support nor oppose||16||13||20||10||6|
|Tend to oppose||20||33||14||25||14|
Q6 If you were aware that Britain joining a single currency meant that we could no longer determine interest rates in Britain or the exchange rate at which we trade-unions outside Europe - these being decided instead by a European Central Bank - how would you vote in a referendum on a single currency?
|In favour of a single currency||19||5||28||22||7|
|Against single currency||69||88||57||73||91|
Q7 And if it became clear that Britain's gold reserves and rates of taxation would be controlled by a European Bank, how would you vote in a referendum on a single currency?
|In favour of a single currency||16||5||25||14||6|
|Against single currency||70||90||55||80||90|
Double-digit lead for SNP but a majority of the public think Michael Matheson should resign
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