(Excuse the ugliness of the table HTML; I auto-generated it from Excel — yes, I know — and I tried to clean up the output a bit but I know it's not wonderful. Data also available as comma separated format in case anyone wants to do anything clever with it.)
- The normal US pronunciation is sk-.
- English people are about equally likely to use either pronunciation.
- Several people use both pronunciations interchangeably; most but not all were able to pick one that they favour.
- Scottish people are liable take offence at the use of the word England, even if it is in fact being used to refer to England.
Just to make things clear, when you tick the factors that are relevant, I mean you to choose factors that are relevant to your dialect, not factors that you think people in general should take into account when describing their dialect. So if you think, for example, that having non-native speaker parents would be likely to have a major effect on your dialect, but your parents are both English speakers, you shouldn't tick the "Parents' first language other than English" option. Likewise, if you have always lived in the same country, you shouldn't tick any of the former country options.
Are you a native speaker of English?
If asked what dialect you speak, which of the following factors would you consider relevant?
OK, so what 'other' factors would you mention that I didn't think of?