Two thirds of Scots would allow free movement for free trade with the EU
- Ninety-three per cent of Scots are in favour of maintaining free trade with the EU after Brexit, against 88 per cent across Britain.
- Sixty-five per cent of Scots think EU migrants should be treated the same as non-EU migrants, slightly lower than 68 per cent across Britain.
- Sixty-two per cent of Scots want trade and immigration rules post-Brexit to be the same in Scotland as they are across the UK.
- Sixty-one per cent of Scots said the UK should ‘definitely’ or ‘probably’ keep free movement of people as the price of free trade with the EU, against 54 per cent across Britain.