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March 2017: Confidence In Brexit Remains Steady Following Last Month’s Significant Increase
ORB’s Brexit confidence tracker reveals that the large increases in confidence measured last month have largely remained. A majority (51%) approve of the way in which the government is handling the negotiations. Last month the figure was 53%; two months ago, 38%. A plurality (45%) feel Prime Minister May will get the right deal for Britain in any negotiations. However, there is a significant difference here with age – those younger significantly less convinced than older counterparts. ORB interviewed 2084 people online 3rd-5th March 2017. The data is weighted to be nationally representative of UK adults aged 18+. Data tables are available here.

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