Vast majority of Scots confirm they will take vaccine when offered
The vast majority of Scots have confirmed they will take the COVID 19 vaccine when they are offered it, with over three quarters saying they definitely would have it and only six percent saying they probably wouldn't.
7 in 10 Scots oppose grouse shooting for sport – Mark Diffley writes for the Revive Coalition
Our latest polling shows that the majority of Scots (70%) oppose grouse shooting for sport while around 1 in 8 (12%) support the activity. The research, commissioned by the Revive Coalition, showed that, while there is some variation in support in different population sub groups, a majority of Scots in all groups and in all parts of the country oppose the activity
Four in 10 Scots concerned about their income levels as pandemic continues to impact finances
On behalf of Citizens Advice Scotland we have been tracking the financial impact of Covid-19 on household finances since the pandemic struck in March. The latest wave of the research shows that significant numbers of Scots, particularly those in working class households, continue to struggle with many financial issues, including 39% who remain concerned about their income levels.
Polls show increased support for independence but attitudes remain split
For several months opinion polls and other research have shown a majority of Scots are now in favour of independence. But, as our Director Mark Diffley writes in the National newspaper, attitudes are still split and nothing is settled
Talking politics with Holyrood magazine
Our Director Mark Diffley sat down with the Editor of Holyrood magazine Mandy Rhodes to talk politics past, present and future for the latest episode of their Politically Speaking podcast.