The Scottish Election Study (SES) is delighted to announce another call for survey question submissions, this time for our regular Scottish Opinion Monitor (SCOOP) survey… Read More »Call for Question Submissions – Scottish Opinion Monitor
By Fraser McMillan, Jac Larner and Ailsa Henderson Descriptive data tables available here As part of its ambition to provide regular data to a wider… Read More »Fit’s the SCOOP… With COVID in Scotland?
This morning the Scottish Government’s Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, Angus Robertson, blamed Brexit and the UK government for the labour shortages currently causing a… Read More »Ye May Gang Far and Fare Waur – Brexit and Immigration Attitudes in Scotland
Three weeks ago, the SNP-run Scottish Government and the Scottish Greens announced that the they had reached a historic power-sharing agreement. With this deal, the… Read More »Twindependence Day – Are there Electoral Risks in the SNP-Scottish Green Deal?
[Correction #2 07/09/2021: Regrettably, the updated figures for university graduates were also slightly erroneous due to a misunderstanding concerning the substantive categories used to construct… Read More »We Are the 10% – Holyrood 2021 Explained, Part Three
Allowing survey respondents to put things in their own words is underrated. In the 2021 Scottish Election Study – on top of typical closed-ended, multiple-choice… Read More »Thinking Out Cloud – Holyrood 2021 Explained, Part Two
Every day this week, beginning the 14th of June, we’ll be publishing an article exploring an aspect of the 2021 Scottish Election using our latest… Read More »Tribes and Tribulations – Holyrood 2021 Explained, Part One
Events 29th April, 1200 – “Isolation Insight: The Scottish Parliament Election”, The UK in a Changing Europe (Ailsa alongside Paula Surridge, Nicola McEwen, John Curtice,… Read More »Commentary and Press Roundup – April 2021
Last month, we published two posts on Scotland’s “Four Tribes”, the groups the country’s electorate can be divided into on the basis of public preferences… Read More »A Clan’s A Clan for A’ That? The Identities and Attitudes of Scotland’s Four Tribes
March has been an eventful month in Scottish politics. After trundling on for three years, the saga surrounding allegations of sexual assault against Alex Salmond… Read More »Commentary and Press Roundup – March 2021