Ailsa Henderson: The Scottish Question, six months on

Published: 9 April 2015

The Scottish Referendum Study (SRS) is the largest and most detailed study into the results of last year's vote on independence. The investigation is being conducted by Professor Ailsa Henderson, Professor James Mitchell, Professor Christopher Carman and Dr Rob Johns. 

The SRS is based on three waves of fieldwork, capturing the views of voters immediately before and after the vote and, the wave currently in the field, six months later. 

Professor Henderson recently launched some of the early findings of the study and, in this seminar, sets out some of the 'who's, 'how's and 'why's of Scots' actions last September. 

The video of the seminar is hosted on the University of Edinburgh Department of Politics and IR website.

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