Scotland looking set for a "Yes, yes" vote for devolution

September 12, 1997

As The THES went to press Scotland looked set for a "Yes, yes"vote for devolution. In a Mori poll conducted on the Sunday before the vote, 68 per cent said they were certain to vote.

Of those, 77 per cent said they would vote "yes"for a Scottish parliament and 63 per cent said they would vote "yes" for tax-raising powers.

Mori calculates that 61 per cent will vote "yes, yes" and 24 per cent will vote "no" for both questions.

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