Most polling on the Theresa May’s Brexit deal until now has focussed on which outcome to the process the public would prefer, rather than what they would find acceptable.
Our latest polling for Bloomberg considers both questions and finds that, though the deal is less popular than the two main alternatives, it is both the least unpopular when the outcomes are considered individually, and the least divisive in terms of who finds it acceptable or unacceptable.
Number Cruncher interviewed 1,030 UK eligible voters online between 10th and 17th January. Data are weighted by age, gender, education, ethnicity and region to match the profile of the eligible voting population. Image credit: “Tiocfaidh ár lá 1916” (CC BY-SA 2.0).