Results from our latest Brexit poll are as follows:
We asked the extent to which respondents would support or oppose a referendum on the UK rejoining the EU if one were held in 2024, five years after the UK has left the EU. 33% of those asked would support another referendum, whereas 44% would oppose one.
We also asked the extent to which respondents agree or disagree that Britain should pull out of negotiations with the EU now. 33% of those asked agree that Britain should pull out of negotiations, while 35% disagree.
Finally, we asked the extent to which respondents support or oppose the UK’s negotiations with the EU being led by someone other than Theresa May. In this case, 43% of those asked support the negotiations being led by someone else, while 23% oppose.
Full tables are here.
N=2,108 interviews conducted among a representative sample of the GB adult population October 22nd to 23rd 2018. The statistical margin of error at the 95% confidence level is + 2.2%.