Two thirds of Scottish Business leaders think Scotland has done better in Pandemic

Nearly 77% of business leaders expect another independence referendum Picture: Colin Mearns
(c) Colin Mearns

In a poll conducted by the Institute of Directors in Scotland yesterday, 66.7% agreed that the Scottish Government had handled the pandemic better. Given the clear statistical evidence for that viewpoint, it would be disappointing had they not:

Also, 76,8% said they ‘expected’ another independence referendum. It’s not clear whether this means they think there should be one or not but no oppositional comments were reported.

They want to monitor and be able to comment but seem to be accepting that there is a move toward a referendum and, by implication, their job is to make the most of it.

3 thoughts on “Two thirds of Scottish Business leaders think Scotland has done better in Pandemic”

  1. Two thirds of how many ?

    I don’t think this means two thirds of Scottish business leaders favour Scottish independence
    Nor does it mean that they think Scottish government has handled it better
    But let’s face it if any Scottish business leaders denied Scotland and Scottish government has handled it better they would look stupid

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  2. I think comments being made on here are being interfered with by google .
    I think they freeze and slow up the comments being written so they have time to check the content and if they don’t like the content they freeze it completely
    Anyone else experiencing this

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