June 24, 2019
The majority of British voters still want the UK to leave the European Union and just shy of a third want a No Deal split, according to a new poll.
A YouGov survey of more than 1,600 people revealed that some 28 per cent of the electorate is in favour of a No Deal divorce from Brussels.
And 13 per cent of people support a split on the terms secured by Theresa May while 16 per cent want a softer Brexit.
The poll, conducted for The Times, suggests that some form of Brexit is favoured by 57 per cent of voters.
However, remaining in the EU received more support than any of the other single options.
Some 43 per cent of people want Britain to continue with its membership of the EU.
The EU referendum in 2016 was won by Leave by 52 per cent to 48 per cent for Remain.
Meanwhile, the latest YouGov poll has the Conservative Party and The Brexit Party neck and neck.
Both parties were backed by 22 per cent of voters when they were asked who they would vote for at a general election.
This article was posted: Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 6:53 am