Fewer people in Scotland say they would cut spending on communications services if they were forced to, compared to the UK averageWhen asked whether they would make cuts on any communications services, 47% of people in Scotland said they would. This is lower than the UK average of 52%. It is also lower than in all the other nations.
People in Scotland are most likely to cut spending on pay TV and on mobile telephone calls, text and data than on other communication services. Sixteen per cent say they would cut spending on each of these in Scotland, the same as the UK average.