Brits remain as divided as ever on Brexit. By a four-point margin, UK eligible voters think that the 2016 vote to leave the EU was the wrong, rather than the right decision, according to our polling for Bloomberg.
And on what type of relationship Britain should have with the EU, hard Brexit and Remain are almost equally popular, with the compromise “Norway” option the first choice of fewer than one-in-ten, and similarly limited support for the hardline options of no-deal Brexit on the one hand, and staying in and joining the Euro on the other. More on Bloomberg Opinion.
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Number Cruncher interviewed 1,036 UK eligible voters online between 9th and 13th August. Data are weighted by age, gender, education, ethnicity and region to match the profile of the eligible voting population.