Public Opinion Scotland 69% of voters in Scotland supported the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill, according to a poll conducted by My Life, My Death, My Choice in January 2014. 75% of the respondents to the consultation on the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill were supportive. 78% of people in Scotland thought it was important that the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill became law. Of the 78% who said it was important the Bill became law, 47% said it was of “high importance” and 31% said it was of “middling importance”, according to a poll published in February 2015. 28% of the Scottish public are more likely to vote for their MSP if they vote in favour of the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill, with only 8% less likely, according to another poll by My Life, My Death, My Choice published in February 2015. England and Wales The British Social Attitudes Survey 2010 showed that 82% of the general public believe that a doctor should probably or definitely be allowed to end the life of a patient with a painful incurable disease at the patient’s request. (This comprised of 71% of religious people and 92% of non-religious people). The 2007 British Social Attitudes Survey showed that 75% of people with a disability believed that a person with a terminal and painful illness from which they will die should be allowed an assisted death.