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Does Britain still want Brexit?

2018-03-12 19:09 #0 by: jordan

"The four most recent readings - taken by BMG Research and Survation between November and January - have, on average, once the 8% who said "don't know" are left to one side, put Remain on 52% and Leave on 48%.

In contrast, four such polls undertaken towards the end of 2016 still put Leave narrowly ahead, by 51% to 49%.

Similarly, four recent polls - conducted by ICM and ComRes between December and March - that looked at how people might vote in a second referendum, albeit without posing the exact question that was on the ballot paper, have also on average put Remain slightly ahead - by 51% to 49%."

John Curtice - BBC News

One of the most divisive topics in the UK remains to be so even almost two years later. I wonder how it will change once we officially leave next year.

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2018-03-12 20:01 #1 by: Niklas

I think the ”stay” side will increase when the terms of the leaving are determined.

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2018-03-13 21:00 #2 by: jordan

#1 I reckon so as well at the moment. From the little information the public are given, the terms being offered look hardly encouraging.

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2018-03-14 09:52 #3 by: Niklas

No, I guess it is a bit like when two people living together move apart. It usually doesn't get cheaper living on your own.

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2018-03-14 09:53 #4 by: Niklas

But, on the other hand, when you live on your own you can decide which order to put your cutlery in the drawer. :-)

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