Young Scots support Union on 300th anniversary
The Scotsman reports,
YOUNG Scots are the most enthusiastic supporters of the Union in the country, according to a new opinion poll for The Scotsman published today on the 300th anniversary of the act's approval by the Scottish Parliament.
The poll by ICM found that 42 per cent of the 18-24 age group believed the Union has had a positive impact on Scotland, while only 19 per cent felt it had been negative.
We feel very positive about the Union. The English, the Scots, the Northern Irish, and the Welsh share a culture, and we have been and can be of great benefit to each other.