A majority of British voters will soon back staying in the EU as more Leave backers die and Remain supporters reach voting age, according to a new study. The survey by polling firm YouGov showed that if a referendum were held immediately, 46 percent would vote to remain, 39 percent would vote to leave, and the rest either did not know, would not vote, or refused to answer the question.
The first indication that this might be the case came in an instant poll that Sky Data undertook via SMS messages to a nationally representative sample of Sky customers.
Table 1 provides such an analysis for polls undertaken in the spring of last year. Posting comment...Decision Time : In or Out - Sky News 23 Jun 2016 21:30
Meanwhile very strong Leavers are especially likely to be critical of how the EU has been handling the Brexit talks. In contrast, the vast majority of very strong Leavers believe that the economy will be better off.
Last night saw the publication of the biggest poll yet on attitudes towards Brexit to come from a non-partisan source. A three-way choice The first indication that this might be the case came in an instant poll that Sky Data undertook via SMS messages to a nationally representative sample of Sky customers. Flag comment Cancel.
Money transfers. After all, the decision to leave the EU was made by the public in the first place, so being able to argue that what should happen now is backed by voters is a potentially valuable currency in the political debate. Thus, given what we have said so far about the current preferences of those who did not vote in 2016, it should come as little surprise that the poll suggests that the swing to Remain is highest among younger voters, and that the age difference in attitudes towards Brexit is even bigger now than it was two years ago.
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This mood among Leave voters appears to have had two consequences. Vote Are you sure you want to submit this vote? Delete comment Cancel. The short answer appears to be that they have — but the extent to which they have done so is less clear. Lib Dems. The poll of more than 25,000 voters was commissioned by the People's Vote campaign, which is spearheading an increasingly vocal push for a second referendum on Brexit.
There is little sign of any recent increase in support for a second referendum.