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The Referendum on Separation for Scotland: Do You Agree This is a Biased Question?
HC 1492, Eighth Report of Session 2010-12 - Report, Together with Formal Minutes
- House of Commons - Scottish Affairs Committee
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
'The Referendum on Separation for Scotland: Do You Agree This is a Biased Question? (HC 1492)' considers whether the wording of the referendum question proposed by the Scottish Government is biased, and what should be done to ensure that a fair and clear question is put to the Scottish electorate.
Based on the evidence, it is concluded that the question, 'Do you agree that Scotland should be an independent country?' is biased. This is important because wording can affect the result of a referendum. This referendum must be, and be seen to be, fair and acceptable to those on both sides of the argument. It is essential that the result commands wide acceptance.
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