British voters stand by EU referendum decision (CNN/ComRes poll)

would vote Leave 47%
would vote Remain 45%
don't know 8%

British voters stand by EU referendum decision

Source: CNN/ComRes poll

According to a CNN/ComRes poll, British voters would repeat their decision to leave the European Union if the referendum were held today.

Six months after the referendum, 47% of British voters say they would vote Leave, with 45% saying they would choose to Remain, even though nearly half of them expect the decision to hurt them financially. The remaining 8% of respondents said they didn’t know how they would vote.

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  • Involving key politicians from across Europe, we have simulated UK-EU negotiations for two main scenarios: (1) the UK seeking a new deal after having left the EU and (2) the UK renegotiating EU reform from within.

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