From the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey by ScotCen Social Research, based on a sample of 2 790 adults, published today:
In 2019, 61% of people said they trusted the Scottish Government to work in Scotland’s best interests, compared with 15% who said they trusted the UK Government to do so.
Substantially more people thought the Scottish Parliament was giving Scotland a stronger voice in the UK (61%) than thought it was giving
Scotland a weaker voice (5%). Similarly over half thought the Scottish Parliament was giving ordinary people more say in how Scotland is
governed (56%) than thought it was giving them less say (6%).
Satisfaction with the NHs has increased from only 40% under Labour in 2005 to 65% in 2019