In a nice inclusive move, YouGov asked Scots what they thought of the English lock-down changes but didn’t ask English respondents what they thought of the Scottish arrangements. Could have been embarrassing?
With 145 Scots on 13-14 May, only 14% supported the changes compared to between 30 and 40% for the English regions. So, between 60 and 70% of English respondents don’t support the Boris plan.
Only 19% of the Scots thought the new rules were clear compared, again, to between 30 and 40% for the English regions. So, between 60 and 70% of English respondents don’t understand the Boris plan.
However, on exercising outdoors, sunbathing, garden centres, seeing one person from another household and golf, Scots were a bit closer in their approval.
But, on allowing people to travel as far as they like to spend time outdoors, Scots were the most opposed by some way (16%). Do I detect support for Police Scotland patrolling the Border there?