Our latest wave of polling suggests that voters still seem more likely to vote to remain in the EU on June 23rd.
- 53% of respondents said they would vote to remain in the EU, against 39% who would vote to leave. 9% don’t know how they will vote.
- Of those who said they will definitely vote on June 23rd, 51% said they will vote to remain, while 45% said they will vote to leave. If we exclude those who don’t know how they will vote, this changes to 53% who would vote to remain against 47% who would vote to leave.
- 60% of those surveyed said that leaving the EU is more of a risk than remaining, although nearly half (49%) do feel that leaving would give UK voters a greater control of their lives.
- The remain campaign appears to be more effective at communicating with voters, as 43% believe that the remain campaign is ‘running a better campaign with a clear message’ (against 30% who attribute this to the exit campaign), and 46% say they have heard from the remain campaign the most (against 25% who say they have heard most from the exit campaign).
The poll was conducted between 11th and 15th May via telephone. The data has been weighted to be demographically and politically representative of Great Britain.