Attitudes to prosecution for a hate crime in different circumstances (4087)
Type of Data: Attitudes to prosecution for a hate crime in different circumstances (4087)
Faith Community: General, Atheism
Date: 2020, 6-13 August
Sample Size: 1008
Population: Adults aged 16 and over
Keywords: Abusive, atheist person, Free to Disagree, hate crime, Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill, likely to stir up hatred, prosecution, religious person, religious prejudice, Savanta ComRes, Scotland
Collection Method: Online interview
Collection Agency: Savanta ComRes
Sponsor: Free to Disagree
BRIN ID: 4087
The Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill had been introduced to the Scottish Parliament in April 2020. It provided for a new offence criminalizing ‘stirring up hatred’ against people on the basis of a range of their characteristics, including religion.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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