Saturday, April 16, 2016

UK EU Referendum Poll 16 April 2016

A new average of the last 6 polls that have been conducted run by Natcen Social Research shows that the leave and remain camps are tied at 50-50.

In the last few weeks there has been a steady increase in support for the UK leaving the European Union and this new information confirms that this trend is continuing. The referendum to decide Britain`s future with regards to the EU will take place on June 24 and there is no doubt that we are in for a few months of vigorous campaigning before the vote.

With the migrant crisis and terrorist attacks on European soil, many British voters believe it is best to leave the EU and regain full national sovereignty while others argue that there would be serious economic costs for leaving and it would be best to stay.

A poll conducted between March 24- April 4 shows the following

YouGov poll March 24-April 4, Sample Size 3,754 

Remain      39%
Leave         38%
Undecided  18%

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