Would you personally be happy or unhappy if Scotland one day became a fully independent country?
Would be happy 24% Would be unhappy 25% Would not be bothered one way or the other 44% Don’t know 7%
Leaving aside what you wish to happen, what do you expect to happen over the next ten years or so?
Scotland will become fully independent 13% Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom 72% Don’t know 16%
Source: YouGov / Daily Telegraph
Methodology: Online interviews with 2,009 British adults, conducted from Jun. 21 to Jun. 23, 2006. No margin of error was provided.
Who would you vote for in the presidential election?
|Jun. 2006||Apr. 2006|
|Daniel Ortega (FSLN)||23%||16%|
|Eduardo Montealegre (ALN)||17%||22%|
|Herty Lewites (MRS)||15%||18%|
|José Rizo (PLC)||11%||13%|
|None / Undecided||32%||28%|
Source: CID-Gallup / La Prensa
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 1,180 Nicaraguan adults, conducted from Jun. 16 to Jun. 23, 2006. Margin of error is 2.8 per cent.
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