From Ipsos MORI on 8th -11th May with a sub-sample of 96, 18-75 year-old Scots:

The government should prioritise the economic health of the country by having fewer restrictions on public events, workplaces and travel

Only 9% agreed, the lowest percentage in the UK but, crucially for the UK Government’s new ‘strategy’, only 15% at most agreed, across the UK.

Interestingly, in the light of the UK Government’s own class make-up, 14% of social grades AB, across the UK, agreed, compared to only around 10% for the C-DE groups, most at risk.

The government should prioritise people’s health by having more restrictions on public events, workplaces and travel

55% of the Scots agreed with only Wales higher at 61% and, again for the UK Government, at least 50% agreeing across the UK. There was no significant variation across the social grades.

https://www.ipsos.com/ipsos-mori/en-uk/majority-britons-continue-think-government-should-prioritise-health-over-economy-covid-19-response