The 3rd wave of our EU referendum campaign shows the Remain camp taking a lead
Our latest poll for the Daily Telegraph shows the remain camp taking the lead, and an increasing proportion who are unlikely to change their minds:
- 53% of those surveyed said they would vote to remain in the EU if the referendum were held today, while 41% said they would vote to leave. 6% remain undecided.
- Of those who said they will definitely turnout to vote in the referendum, 52% would vote to remain in the EU, 43% would vote to leave, and 5% don’t yet know how they will vote.
- Of those who have decided to vote to remain/ leave, 92% are unlikely to change their mind. 67% are very unlikely.
- Immigration and the economy remain the key factors informing voter decisions – 52% of those surveyed believed the immigration system would be improved by Britain leaving the EU, while 49% think that the UK economy would be strengthened by remaining in the EU, and 44% believe more jobs will be created inside the EU.
The poll was conducted by telephone from the 13th – 17th April. The results have been weighted to be demographically and politically representative of Great Britain.
ORB EU Poll 13-17 April